Why artificial intelligence will have very human frailties

It's 2022 and Australia has its first artificial intelligence scandal.

A freak storm has just hit Melbourne, and an algorithm designed to help emergency services deal with high volumes of requests for help has a stunning and unusual flaw – calls from men are shown to be getting attention faster than calls from women.

It's an extreme example that would never happen. But when you hear from Catriona Wallace,  the chief executive and founder of ASX-listed Flamingo AI, which develops machine learning software for financial services, you start to think it just could be possible.

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