Reflection on Bias in Algorithms

Algorithms are an extremely useful tool but they need to be checked by human logic. We can see things that algorithms think are reasonable are actually completely reasonable and it is the responsibility of people to maintain these algorithms and correct for any potential biases.

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This is my blog for my computer ethics class

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