bias

Christo Buschek and Jer Thorp investigate the construction of the open source LAION-5B dataset to better understand its contents, implications and entanglements.
TPG
2024-01
"An AI-powered camera that redefines image creation. NUCA captures individuals in their purest form – no clothing, literally stripped down to their authentic selves in their natural state."
Nikki Stevens and and OS Keyes situate FRT as an infrastructural assemblage and focus on the history of four facial recognition datasets
TPG
2021-01
A genealogy of one of the most important datasets in AI.
TPG
2020-10
“Question to twitterverse: A lovely PhD student and I are looking for papers and other projects from the social sciences and humanities on computer vision, image recognition and on the production of …
June 29th, 2020 It has been brought to our attention [1] that the Tiny Images dataset contains some derogatory terms as categories and offensive images. This was a consequence of the automated data …
TPG
2020-07
PULSE: Self-Supervised Photo Upsampling via Latent Space Exploration of Generative Models Research paper:  https://arxiv.org/pdf/2003.03808.pdf Tester:  …
Perhaps most notoriously, a few years ago, AI researchers Xiaolin Wu and Xi Zhang claimed to have trained an algorithm to identify criminals based on the shape of their faces, with an accuracy of …
Given that a person’s gender cannot be inferred by appearance, we have decided to remove these labels in order to align with the Artificial Intelligence Principles at Google, specifically …
To mitigate the race bias in these datasets, we construct a novel face image dataset, containing 108,501 images, with an emphasis of balanced race composition in the dataset. We define 7 race groups: …
The reason biases against women or people of colour appear in technology are complex. They’re often attributed to data sets being incomplete and the fact that the technology is often made by people …
“AI, Ain’t I A Woman ” - a spoken word piece that highlights the ways in which artificial intelligence can misinterpret the images of iconic black women: Oprah, Serena Williams, …
notes from Katriona Beales talk at the Creative AI meetup at The Photographers' Gallery.
The internet has become an ideal medium for the dissemination of unfounded conspiracies and disinformation and the reinforcement of beliefs and biases which has culminated in a fractured reality that …
16 states let the FBI use face recognition technology to compare the faces of suspected criminals to their driver’s license and ID photos, creating a virtual line-up of their state residents. In this …
To ensure people’s rights and liberties are upheld, we will need validation, auditing, and assessment of these systems to ensure basic fairness. Without it, we risk incorrect classifications, biased …