A report out of Shanghai says one way to improve gender imbalances in artificial intelligence is to provide more education opportunities for girls and women. Photo: Shutterstock A report out of Shanghai says one way to improve gender imbalances in artificial intelligence is to provide more education opportunities for girls and women. Photo: Shutterstock
A report out of Shanghai says one way to improve gender imbalances in artificial intelligence is to provide more education opportunities for girls and women. Photo: Shutterstock

The ‘CEO’ is a man: how Chinese artificial intelligence perpetuates gender biases

  • The study found searching for words like ‘CEO’ or ‘scientist’ often returns images of mostly men
  • Algorithms have been scrutinised across the world for their ability to reinforce cultural stereotypes

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
A report out of Shanghai says one way to improve gender imbalances in artificial intelligence is to provide more education opportunities for girls and women. Photo: Shutterstock A report out of Shanghai says one way to improve gender imbalances in artificial intelligence is to provide more education opportunities for girls and women. Photo: Shutterstock
A report out of Shanghai says one way to improve gender imbalances in artificial intelligence is to provide more education opportunities for girls and women. Photo: Shutterstock
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