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ImageNet Roulette Shows How ML Classifies You

[2019-09-17 12:41:13]

ImageNet Roulette is part of an art and technology exhibit called Training Humans. Upload a photo and the algorithm will give you a classification. Some of the labels are funny, others are racist. ImageNet Roulette is meant in part to demonstrate how various kinds of politics propagate through technical systems, often without the creators of those systems even being aware of them. We did not make the underlying training data responsible for these classifications. We imported the categories and training images from a popular data set called ImageNet, which was created at Princeton and Stanford University and which is a standard benchmark used in image classification and object detection. I uploaded a photo of me and the label I received was “beard.” Accurate.

ImageNet Roulette Shows How ML Classifies You


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