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The Algorithmic Auditing Trap

‘Bias audits’ for discriminatory tools are a promising idea, but current approaches leave much to be desired

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This op-ed was written by Mona Sloane, a sociologist and senior research scientist at the NYU Center for Responsible A.I. and a fellow at the NYU Institute for Public Knowledge. Her work focuses on design and inequality in the context




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Mona Sloane

Mona Sloane

Mona Sloane is a sociologist, researcher and writer based at New York University. She works on design, inequality, and technology. Twitter: @mona_sloane.

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