has made plans for a Compete with a difference. This time, instead of paying the researchers who uncovered , Twitter will reward those who still find unpublished examples of bias in its image-cropping algorithms.
In April, Twitter said it would study Created by its algorithm, starting with its image-cropping. It started In an attempt to focus on the most interesting parts of the image in the preview. Some users have criticized , Claiming that the algorithm focuses on light-skinned people in photos.
“In May, we Our approach to identifying the bias of our solvency algorithm (also known as our image cropping algorithm), and we provided our code to reproduce our work for others, “Twitter . “We want to take this work a step further by inviting and encouraging the community to help identify potential harms of this algorithm beyond identifying themselves.”
Twitter says it is “the industry’s first algorithmic bias bounty competition” and is offering cash prizes of up to $ 3,500. Rumman Chowdhury, Director of Twitter’s Machine Learning Ethics, Transparency and Accountability Team, The company that is running the competition “because we believe that people should be rewarded for identifying these issues and we cannot solve these challenges alone.” Winners will be announced on August 8 at the Twitter-hosted DEF Con AI Village Workshop.
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