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Microsoft tech expert warns of bias and sexism in artificial intelligence

A senior technology executive has warned the data used to build algorithms driving artificial intelligence can lead to bias and sexism. Emily Rich, managing director of startups at Microsoft Australia, told the Startup Grind conference in Melbourne on Mon
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