If AI is teaching itself, how can you be sure it's selecting clean, unbiased data?

If AI is teaching itself, how can you be sure it's selecting clean, unbiased data?

Joe Baguley, VP & CTO EMEA VMWare, helps us understand explainability in AI, and questions if we're thinking about the consequences of what we build?
Joe Baguley is VMWare's go to person to answer the question, "what's next?". Given the acceleration of adoption of AI to manage processes, and the ever increasing deluge of data, Joe is occupied with questions such as explainability, intellectual property and sustainability. Fundamentally are we thinking about the impact of what we're building?

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