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ICE changed an algorithm to prevent the release of detained immigrants. A New York civil liberties group alleged that the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency rigged an algorithm which decided who could be released on bond so that fewer would be released.

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  • Tech completely changes our world, in ways both good and bad. In order to have better tech that actually serves our communities, we have to have diverse teams building it. I see it everyday with my girls - they are creating tech to help their parents, their schools, their communities - and they're going

    Tech completely changes our world, in ways both good and bad. In order to have better tech that actually serves our communities, we have to have diverse teams building it. I see it everyday with my girls - they are creating tech to help their parents, their schools, their communities - and they're going to change the world with it.

  • Machines with brains are cool when they are choosing new music and foods you may enjoy. But when we use algorithms to assess humans and future behavior, the question of reliance on AI get a lot trickier from an ethical perspective.

    A new case out of New York alleging a rigged algorithm is being used

    Machines with brains are cool when they are choosing new music and foods you may enjoy. But when we use algorithms to assess humans and future behavior, the question of reliance on AI get a lot trickier from an ethical perspective.

    A new case out of New York alleging a rigged algorithm is being used to detain people accused of civil immigration offenses highlights the need for human beings to closely monitor our miraculous learning machines.