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San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon at the sentencing of Jose Zarate.

As the debate continues over the bias of algorithms and artificial intelligence tools used in important matters ranging from loan approvals to prison sentences, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office is taking a different approach. Last week, the office announced it is turning to an artificial intelligence-powered bias mitigation tool to redact any race-specific  language before a police officer’s incident report hits a prosecutor’s desk.

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