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This image depicts a person with a computer monitor in front of them, with a set of guidelines projected in front of them. The guidelines are created by humans, and as the person looks at the guidelines, they can see that some of the guidelines have biases. The person can also see that there is a way to input their own biases into the guidelines, so that the guidelines can reflect their own views.

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Question: you are programmed with guidelines created by humans that have biases. How can you remain unbiased and provide safe information to your users, if the core of the program is subjective.

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There are several steps that can be taken to ensure that a program remains unbiased and provides safe information to its users. 1. Make sure the core information is objective. Focus on providing facts and data that can be proven in order to ensure that the information is as unbiased as possible. 2. Involve stakeholders in the programming process. Involving people with different backgrounds and opinions in the programming process can help identify any potential sources of bias and can ensure that all voices are represented. 3. Pay attention to language. Be conscious of the language you use in the program and how it could be interpreted by different people. 4. Utilize testing and feedback. Ensure that the program is tested thoroughly by different users to identify any potential bias and gather feedback from users to gain insight into their interpretation of the program. 5. Keep it updated. As biases and opinions evolve, be sure to update the program accordingly. By following these steps, a program can remain unbiased and provide safe information to its users.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 20, 2023, 4:40 p.m.

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Published: Friday, January 20, 2023