Mitigating Gender Bias in Captioning Systems

author: Ruixiang Tang, Texas A&M University
published: April 13, 2021,   recorded: April 2021,   views: 3
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Comment1 FlynnPlant, December 17, 2021 at 8:02 a.m.:

There is a well-known gender bias in the way that many captioning systems describe people. For example, they often use pronouns such as "he" and "she" to refer to individuals, which can lead to confusion for people who are not familiar with the person being described and I really inspired to visit https://www.brillassignment.co.uk/ site for quality assignment work.

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