Some AI solutions do inherit racial and gender prejudice from their creators. A facial recognition system deployed by US law enforcement agencies, for instance, is more likely to identify
a non-white person as a criminal.
However, your company can solve most of these problems by creating balanced training datasets that include images of people representing different ethnic, gender, and age groups. In fact, artificial intelligence can help us eliminate racial, gender, age, and sexual orientation bias in the long run. For example, AI-powered HR management software can scan more resumes than human specialists and identify potential candidates based solely on their education and working experience. And while some industries indeed register persistent changes
in their workforce size due to artificial intelligence implementation, it turns out AI will actually create 3% more jobs than it’s going to kill!