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Understanding AI Bias and AI Flaws in Decision Making

AI is increasingly used to aid in decision making. But machine learning algorithms employ bias and flaws to consider.

Lauren Horwitz

June 10, 2020

1 Min Read

Artificial intelligence is increasingly incorporated into organizational processes to bring efficiency and aid in decision making.

At the same time, AI introduces its own flaws and assumptions. In this video, we assess the ability of AI to solve the kinds of complex human problems we have encountered in 2020, with the advent of COVID-19. Check out this conversation with  Scott Robinson, a BI and analytics expert and IoT World Today contributor, and Scott LaJoie, associate professor of health promotion and behavioral sciences at the University of Louisville on the role of AI in decision making—and some of its potential pitfalls as we move forward.

Check out our video on AI flaws in decision making here.

About the Author(s)

Lauren Horwitz

Lauren Horwitz is a senior content director on Channel Futures, Channel Partners and IoT World Today.

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