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This suggests how to make biased training databases more equitable.

Now obviously we’re biased, but our curated midweek playlist is one of the best, most diverse ways to get you through the next few days.

The systems are often racially biased as well—one study found that in some commercial systems, even in lab conditions error rates in identifying darker skinned women were around 35%.

Fused individuals, in other words, were much more likely to censor in an ideologically biased way than unfused ones.

I mean, take it with a grain of salt — I’m obviously biased.

Symbols C and D are interchangeably used to indicate a biased ringer.

And even then such opinions would be biased by personal understanding of the man, and so would be of but small account.

It is by comparing these tampered and biased sources that people reach their own conclusions within their private medium.

After the RainSam Vaknin

They are often deluded by teachers who are biased by pecuniary necessity.

Some persons, biased by the strictness of mathematical proof, insist upon the same accuracy in moral investigations.

A Logic Of FactsGeorge Jacob Holyoake

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