Artificial intelligence (AI) has been heralded as a tool that can enhance our work and even serve as an equalizer by reducing bias in decisions by making predictions with algorithms based on data. Yet AI, ultimately, is what humans design it to be, learn, and do–including unintentionally reinforcing gendered stereotypes.
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