Concerns rise over treatment of human workers behind AI technology
Artificial intelligence is now woven into things we see and do every day, from searching on Google to filing taxes to using speak-to-text on a phone. Thought by many to be powered only by computers, the technology often relies on a massive human workforce. Sonam Jindal with the nonprofit coalition Partnership on AI joins Lisa Desjardins to discuss concerns about how those workers are treated.
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