Google algorithms guilty of gender prejudice in job ads?

Google’s ad-targeting algorithms – the ones that know you like cute cat videos or are worried about your growing bald spot and show you ads accordingly – could be guilty of discriminating among internet users when it comes to job ads, new research shows.

Wed, 8 Jul 2015

Google’s ad-targeting algorithms – the ones that know you like cute cat videos or are worried about your growing bald spot and show you ads accordingly – could be guilty of discriminating among internet users when it comes to job ads, new research shows.

According to researchers from Carnegie Mellon University...

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