Twitter photo-cropping algorithms are racist, sexist, and more, admits company
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Twitter photo-cropping algorithms are racist, sexist, and more, admits company

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The Twitter photo-cropping feature, which uses machine learning to decide which part of a photo to show in user feeds, was accused of being racist and sexist last year, when it was found more likely to crop out Black people and women.

The company announced a bug bounty for anyone able to prove biases in its algorithms, and has now named the winners, who variously proved a number of biases …

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