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Kevin Gardner graduated with a BS in Computer Science and an MBA from UCLA. He works as a business consultant for InnovateBTS where he helps companies integrate technology to improve performance. He shares his knowledge and expertise not only with his clients, but also with his fellow bloggers and readers.
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While AI-enabled decision-making seems to take out the subjective human areas of bias and prejudice, many observers worry that machine analytics have the same or different biases embedded in the systems.
Social media is a place where anything can happen. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon to find people who are trying to scam you.
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