Microsoft, Google Draw Questions of Bias in AI From UK Lawmakers – Bloomberg

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British lawmakers quizzed representatives from Microsoft Corp., Alphabet Inc.’s Google, and BT Group Plc about the development of artificial intelligence during an evidence-gathering session in Parliament. 
Over the span of the 90-minute hearing Wednesday, the word “bias” was used 26 times, compared with 25 uses of “opportunity,” 15 of “regulation” and 11 of “worried.” 


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