• Based on exact title search for: "Semantics derived automatically from language corpora contain human-like biases."
    by Altmetric. Summary - 2017.

  • Princeton researchers discover why AI become racist and sexist by Annalee Newitz. Ars Technica, 04.18.2017.
  • Training AI robots to act ‘human’ makes them sexist and racist by Mike Wehner. New York Post, 04.17.2017.
  • How artificial intelligence learns how to be racist Simple: It’s mimicking us. by Brian Resnick. Vox, 04.17.2017.
  • When Artificial Intelligence = Not Enough Intelligence. by Michael Eric Ross. Omni, 04.16.2017.
  • L’intelligence artificielle reproduit aussi le sexisme et le racisme des humains. by Morgane Tual. Le Monde, 04.15.2017.
  • What would make a computer biased? Learning a language spoken by humans. by Melissa Healy. Los Angeles Times, 04.14.2017.
  • A.I. Is Just as Sexist and Racist as We Are, and It's All Our Fault. by Peter Hess. Inverse, 04.14.2017.
  • Podcast: Watching shoes untie, Cassini’s last dive through the breath of a cryovolcano, and how human bias influences machine learning.
    by Sarah Crespi, David Grimm. Science Magazine, 04.13.2017.
  • Even artificial intelligence can acquire biases against race and gender. by Matthew Hutson. Science Magazine, 04.13.2017.
  • AI programs exhibit racial and gender biases, research reveals. by Hannah Devlin. The Guardian, 04.13.2017.
  • AI Learns Gender and Racial Biases from Language. by Jeremy Hsu. IEEE Spectrum, 04.13.2017.
  • Computers, Artificial Intelligence Show Bias and Prejudice, Too. by Maggie Fox. NBC News, 04.13.2017.
  • AI robots learning racism, sexism and other prejudices from humans, study finds. by Ian Johnston. The Independent, 04.13.2017.
  • Robots are learning to be racist AND sexist: Scientists reveal how AI programs exhibit human-like biases.
    by Stacy Liberatore. Daily Mail, 04.13.2017.
  • Just like humans, artificial intelligence can be sexist and racist. by Matthew Burges. Wired UK, 04.13.2017.
  • Scientists Taught A Robot Language. It Immediately Turned Racist. by Nidhi Subbaraman. BuzzFeed, 04.13.2017.
  • AI picks up racial and gender biases when learning from what humans write. by Angela Chen. The Verge, 04.13.2017.
  • Bad News: Artificial Intelligence Is Racist, Too. by Stephanie Pappas. Live Science, 04.13.2017.
  • Surprise! AI can learn gender and race stereotypes, just like us. by Rebecca Ruiz. Mashable, 04.13.2017.
  • Was passiert, wenn KIs unsere schlechten Eigenschaften übernehmen? by Anna Schughart. Wired, 02.24.2017.
  • How to Fix Silicon Valley’s Sexist Algorithms by Will Knight. MIT Technology Review, 11.23.2016.
  • Bias in the machine: Internet algorithms reinforce harmful stereotypes by Bennett McIntosh. Discovery: Research at Princeton, 11.15.2016.
  • Bath Researcher Shows Machines Can Be Prejudiced Too by Nick Flaherty. ACM TechNews, 10.21.2016.
  • Artificial Intelligence Will Be as Biased and Prejudiced as Its Human Creators by Nathan Collins. Pacific Standard, 09.01.2016.
  • It's Our Fault That AI Thinks White Names Are More 'Pleasant' Than Black Names by Jordan Pearson. Motherboard, 08.26.2016.
  • CSI: Cyber-Attack Scene Investigation--a Malware Whodunit by Larry Greenemeier. Scientific American, 01.28.2016.
  • Malicious coders will lose anonymity as identity-finding research matures by Joyce P. Brayboy. U.S. Army Research Laboratory and
    Communications of the ACM
    01.15.2016.
  • 32C3: Nicht nur der Quellcode verrät seine Schöpfer by Kristian Kißling. Linux Magazin, 01.06.2016.
  • De-Anonymizing Users from their Coding Styles by Bruce Schneier. Schneier on Security, 01.04.2016.
  • Forget anonymity, we can remember you wholesale with machine intel, hackers warned by Alexander J. Martin. The Register, 12.31.2015.
  • This Drexel researcher can identify you based on how you write code by Juliana Reyes. Technically Philly, 03.24.2015.
  • Drexel researchers track 'cyber fingerprints' to identify programmers by Jessica McDonald. Newsworks, and two versions of interviews
    aired on WHYY Radio (NPR), 03.09.2015.
  • Doctoral candidate uses coding style to identify hackers by Eric Birkhead. The Triangle, 02.28.2015.
  • Dusting for Cyber Fingerprints: Computer Scientists Use Coding Style to Identify Anonymous Programmers
    by Britt Faulstick. Drexel Now, 02.26.2015.
  • CSI Computer Science: Your coding style can give you away by Phil Johnson. ITWorld, 01.28.2015
  • Your anonymous code contributions probably aren't: boffins by Richard Chirgwin. The Register, 01.22.2015.
  • Open Campus initiative brings natural language processing to cyber research by United States Army Research Laboratory, 09.30.2014.
  • Stylometric analysis to track anonymous users in the underground by Pierluigi Paganini. Security Affairs blog, 01.10.2013.
  • Linguistics identifies anonymous users by Darren Pauli. SC Magazine (Australian edition), 01.09.2013.
  • Students release stylometry tools by Helen Nowotnik. The Triangle, 01.13.2012.
  • Software Helps Identify Anonymous Writers or Helps Them Stay That Way by Nicole Perlroth.
    New York Times Bits Blog. 01.03.2012. (An overview of Anonymouth and JStylo tool releases)
  • Wer Hemingway imitiert, schreibt anonym
    by Philipp Elsbrock. Der Spiegel. 12.30.2011.
  • State of Adversarial Stylometry: can you change your prose-style?
    by Cory Doctorow. Boing Boing. 12.29.2011. (An overview of our talk at 28C3, Anonymouth, and using it in fiction writing)

  • Authorship recognition software from Drexel University lab to be released December by Christopher Wink.
    Technically Philly, 11.15.2011. (Announcing our upcoming release of JStylo & Anonymouth)
  • RoboCup teams worldwide strive to bend it like C3PO by Tom Avril. The Philadelphia Inquirer, 06.10.2010.