Using bug bounties to spot bias in AI algorithms

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Bug bounties, or paying ethical hackers to find software flaws, are common in the infosec space. Can the same be applied to AI?

With AI systems growing in sophistication and becoming more widespread, concerns over algorithmic bias - which could result in discrimination against specific groups - have grown in recent years. ...

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