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TítuloStanford researchers Michal Kosinski and Yilun Wang, co-authors of a study that claims to show that a computer program can detect sexual orientation from photos of faces.
Fecha20170828
CiudadSTANFORD
PaísUSA
AgenciaCONTACTO
AutorCHRISTIE HEMM KLOK
CategoríaNEW
Origen NYTNS
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Copyrights2017 © CHRISTIE HEMM KLOK / NYTNS / CONTACTO
DescripciónStanford researchers Michal Kosinski and Yilun Wang, co-authors of a study that claims to show that a computer program can detect sexual orientation from photos of faces, in Stanford, Calif., Sept. 28, 2017. Whether they have now created “A.I. gaydar,” and whether that’s even an ethical line of inquiry, has created an uproar. (Christie Hemm Klok/The New York Times)
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AI
CALIFORNIA
COMPUTER
FACIAL
GAYS
NORTH AMERICA
ORIENTATION
PROGRAM
RADAR
RECOGNITION
RESEARCHERS
SCIENCE
SEXUAL
STANFORD
UPROAR
USA