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"Congress Debates the Role of Artificial Intelligence in America"

ABC 7 News - WJLA, December 12, 2017

By Erin Vogel-Foxh

President and CEO of BSA The Software Alliance Victoria Espinel said that artificial intelligence should not be looked at as something that may create biases but could also be used to counter them."I think there is another part of this discussion we have heard less about which I think is really important which is how AI can be used, not trained and built but how it can be used to try and counter bias and try to broaden inclusion," Espinel said.


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