God damn glow in the dark cia niggers, always starting trouble I'm my neighborhood. I got into one little fight and my mom got scared and said, "just run them over, they glow in the dark!"
I was thinking the same thing too when I wasn’t snickering at this article.So if dark skin is a problem, I assume that black clothing would be a much larger problem. After all, how much skin do people usually show?
I think the problem is in contrast, so presumably an all-black figure standing against a white background, like a snowy road, would be easier to see than an all-white figure. Likewise, a darker figure might be harder to see against a background that's more mixed, like a person standing against a treeline or busy street. It's not a case of not being able to see black people in particular, just differentiating darkness from the background darkness.So if dark skin is a problem, I assume that black clothing would be a much larger problem. After all, how much skin do people usually show?
It’s almost as if they just shouldn’t do it.Biased Self-Driving Cars
We already knew that some facial recognition systems struggle to accurately identify people with darker skin.
Now we know that many of the artificially intelligent systems designed to help autonomous cars navigate roads have the same problem — and the result could disproportionately endanger pedestrians with darker skin, a troubling sign of how AI can inadvertently reproduce prejudices from the wider world.
That computer says what we're all thinkin'! The stand-up comedian of the future!Can't wait for the dozens of articles blaming white scientists for making self driving cars racist. Remember when that facial recognition photo software tagged black people as gorillas?
Maybe they sped uparticle doesn't seem to mention how much poorer the results were? Was it that the cars hit darker people more often or just braked half a second slower versus a lighter person? It says there was a 5% accuracy drop against darker people, but not how that translates to real world results