System used to filter UK visa applications is biased, migrant rights groups claim

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The Home Office uses an automated system to filter visa applications
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The Home Office uses an automated system to filter visa applications

Legal case filed by the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants will force the UK Home Office to explain how its AI system actually works

The artificial intelligence (AI) system used by the UK Home Office to filter visa applications is biased and offers 'speedy boarding for white people.' That's according to the Joint Council for ...

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