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Facebook Ai Has Mistakenly Labeled Black People As “Primacy”

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Facebook has officially apologized for the error of its artificial intelligence that has labeled “primacy” of black people present in a video published on Watch. Mark Zuckerberg’s social network called it an “unacceptable mistake” and explained that it is doing everything possible to ensure that it does not repeat itself.

The story was brought to the fore by an article in the New York Times, which highlighted how under a video published last June 27, 2020 by the Daily Mail, with the protagonist a black person who was discussing with the police, was present the question “you are

Facebook explained that the label is linked to an error of interpretation of the algorithm on which Facebook Watch is based to suggest contextual movies. “It’s an unacceptable mistake,” said a social network spokesman in an email sent to The Verge, where he points out that “even though we have made improvements to our artificial intelligence, we know that it is not perfect and we have further progress to make. We apologize to anyone who has seen these offensive recommendations.”

This is not the first gaffe of artificial intelligence: a few years ago Google Photo had labeled some black people present in a photograph as a gorilla and even then had arrived the official excuses of the company.

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