Bias in algorithms is more common than you might think. An academic  in 2012 showed that facial recognition systems from vendor  performed 5 to 10 percent worse on African Americans than on Caucasians, and researchers in  found that models developed in China, Japan, and South Korea had difficulty distinguishing between Caucasians and East Asians. In another recent , popular smart speakers made by Google and Amazon were found to be 30 percent less likely to understand non-American accents than those of

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