Robots created to judge human beauty don’t like dark skin

Beauty.AI held the first international beauty contest judged by robots. The first international beauty contest judged by robots has raised some serious concerns about the biased results produced by artificial intelligence. There was hardly any person with black skin color among the contestants selected by the machines as winners when Beauty.AI held the first international beauty contest judged by robots, reported The Guardian. About 6000 people from more than 100 countries had sent their photos to participate in the contest. The selection was done by a panel of five robots that used artificial intelligence to analyze specific traits. Complex algorithms were developed to find out the most closely resembled human beauty. But, out of the 44 winners, almost everyone was whites. Some of them were Asians and the rest of…


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