Implicit Diversity in Image Summarization

29 Jan 2019 L. Elisa Celis Vijay Keswani

Studies have shown that the people depicted in image search results tend to be of majority groups with respect to socially salient attributes. This skew goes beyond that which already exists in the world - e.g., Kay et al. showed that although 28% of CEOs in US are women, only 10% of the top 100 results for CEO in Google Image Search are women... (read more)

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