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academyhealth.org - Event A virtual gathering for health data and policy innovation. Health data and policy innovation are an integral part of all efforts to transform...

jaacap.org - Douglas K. Novins, Robert R. Althoff, Samuele Cortese, Stacy S. Drury, Jean A. Frazier, Schuyler W. Henderson, Elizabeth McCauley, Tonya J.H. WhiteJournal of the...

  • #JAACAP Collection: Published articles on #bias, #bigotry, #racism, and #mentalhealth disparities. As you read through these 21 curated articles, we hope the #antiracist framework that the Journal will use moving forward is clear. #antiracism https://t.co/vEzC1QglHQ https://t.co/vEzC1QglHQ

Meet the computer scientist and activist who got Big Tech to stand down

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Fast Company - Joy Buolamwini’s research helped persuade Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft to put a hold on facial recognition technology. Through her nonprofit Algorithmic Justice League, she’s...

  • Joy Buolamwini’s research helped persuade Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft to put a hold on facial recognition technology. Through her nonprofit Algorithmic Justice League, she’s now battling #AI #bias in other realms. https://t.co/PTCTIqSUK1

Cerner AI expert discusses important ‘misconceptions’ about the technology

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Healthcare IT News - Dr. Tanuj Gupta, vice president at Cerner Intelligence, talks gender and racial algorithm bias, whether AI could replace clinicians, and how machine learning should...

  • .@Cerner #AI expert discusses important 'misconceptions' about the technology - Dr. Tanuj Gupta, vice president at Cerner Intelligence, talks gender & racial algorithm #bias, whether #AI could replace clinicians, & how #machinelearning should be regulated https://t.co/1tk02aeIwF

Scientists trying to build medical AI that’s less racist than doctors

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Futurism - “The algorithm was seeing things over and above what the radiologists were...

How can human-centered AI fight bias in machines and people? | MIT Sloan

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MIT Sloan - A new MIT Sloan Experts Series talk explains how algorithms and humans can work together to compensate for blind spots and create clearer...

jaacap.org - Douglas K. Novins, Robert R. Althoff, Samuele Cortese, Stacy S. Drury, Jean A. Frazier, Schuyler W. Henderson, Elizabeth McCauley, Tonya J.H. WhiteJournal of the...

  • #JAACAP Collection: Published articles on #bias, #bigotry, #racism, and #mentalhealth disparities. As you read through these 21 curated articles, we hope the #antiracist framework that the Journal will use moving forward is clear. #antiracism https://t.co/vEzC1QglHQ https://t.co/vEzC1QglHQ

Why Teachers Must Fight Their Own Implicit Biases (Opinion)

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Education Week - Even before teachers get to know their students, they have already formed assumptions about them—and low expectations can set students up for failure, writes...

  • A great read on the effect that implicit #bias has in #education. We all have biases. But ignoring rather than acknowledging their existence puts our learners at risk. Same goes for patients in clinical medicine. #MedEd #MedTwitter https://t.co/rZWz2KxPwa