Re: Why use the word racist.
My mistake, so you were discussing something different (discrimination) where I assumed your meaning to be racism. My mistake.
From the Cambridge dictionary:
treating a person or particular group of people differently, especially in a worse way from the way in which you treat other people, because of their skin colour, sex, sexuality, etc.:
It is indeed your mistake.
Discrimination is the norm that people are different. Racism is to believe in superiority due to difference.
So, er, racism is a kind of discrimination, then? Yes. Are we there yet?
If it is so easy then go ahead and show all these boffins who have tried and failed how to do it. Remember this must work with varying quality of camera with highly varying surroundings. how good are these mask trained AI's with colour? If its good enough maybe half the face needs cutting off during training.
They've tried and failed to do it because they've shoved in a dataset which doesn't have enough examples, not checked the results enough, and put it into production.
The other possibility is that nobody does the exam because of covid restrictions and so screw the lot? Or is it best for the majority to test with this technology and those it cant work with have to do it a different way? Covid wont wait for more AI testing, its here. And the education system needs solutions, even imperfect ones.
That penalises people because they are black. Well done you. You do understand where this leads, don't you? Actually you're probably blissfully unaware, and I'm not willing to argue about it for the rest of the day. As always, the George Bernard Shaw quote applies.