In-house counsel should work with their engineers and executives to fully understand what data sets go into artificial intelligence systems to eliminate unconscious bias and drive better business results, in-house leaders familiar with the technology say.

Without large sets of diverse data the artificial intelligence will learn from a homogeneous data set and can never be inclusive, a group of general counsel said during a webinar hosted by Mayer Brown last week.

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