Tue 7 Mar | The Boston Globe
Michael Littman, professor of computer science, comments on the potential pitfalls of relying on artificial intelligence to serve as a matchmaker as proposed by Tinder CEO Sean Rad. “If an automated system observes, perhaps correctly, that people with different political backgrounds tend not to get along, it might never try to match such people together,” Littman said, adding that such a developments could reinforce existing biases.