Artificial intelligence used in immigration systems raises human rights concerns, report says
Petra Molnar, an International Human Rights Program research associate and co-author of the report, said that artificial intelligence is ‘not neutral’ and if the data used to feed the algorithm is biased it can lead to ‘discriminatory or opaque’ results.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 @ 6:04 AM
A new report released by the University of Toronto (U of T) is drawing attention to the use of automated decision-making technologies in Canada’s immigration and refugee systems, with academics calling on the government to implement best practices to protect vulnerable peoples. ... [read more]