“’I have yet to meet the person who is designing to intentionally discriminate,’ Miriam Vogel tells Design Week. ‘But sometimes it’s hard to admit that you’ve designed something that might have gaps and flaws in.’

“Vogel is executive director of EqualAI, a US-based initiative that aims to prevent unconscious bias in artificial intelligence (AI) development. But when it comes to one of the most widespread uses of AI — voice-assistants — the machines themselves do discriminate…”

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