How we trained AI to be sexist

But once Feldman was hired to write the personality of a chatbot for Kasisto, a startup that focuses on artificial intelligence software for banks, she became vocal about the importance of taking gender out of the identity equation. Under her watch, MyKai, the bot she was hired to craft a personality for, would be neither female nor male. Feldman’s boss at Kasisto, Dror Oren, says the work the team has done with the bot made him more outspoken about the need for equality in tech than he’d have imagined going into the project, and he’s a self-proclaimed feminist to begin with. Now, he’s hyperaware of the differences between the personality of Kai and overly feminine answers inside similar products made by most large tech companies. Kasisto is on…

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