Quantifying bias in society with ChatGTP-like tools

ChatGPT is an implementation of a so-called ‘large language model’. These models are trained on text from the internet at large. This means that these models inherent the bias that exists in our language and in our society. This has an interesting consequence: it suddenly becomes possible to see how bias changes through the times in a quantitative and undeniable way.

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Discriminating Data

How big data and machine learning encode discrimination and create agitated clusters of comforting rage.

By Wendy Hui Kyong Chun for The MIT Press on November 1, 2021

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