April 12, 2024

Unconscious AI in higher education

Author: Ray Schroeder
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by KEITH RAJECKI, eCampus News

The human brain adapts and trains itself to its surroundings and is very capable of making decisions even though some of the decisions are unconscious responses. However, the inherent unconscious biases that exist within human behavior can also similarly affect human decision making. It has been noted (Anderson and Anderson 2007, Machine Ethics) that in self-learning AI systems these biases can seep through to the AI systems. Especially in conversational AI interfaces, these unconscious effects can get deep-rooted and skew the decisions making.


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