Commentary: TSA faces ethical limits in use of AI. But work to improve the technology must persist

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Artificial intelligence has become a disruptive force in society. Terms such as machine learning, deep learning and neural networks have become commonplace among mainstream media, eliciting visions of innovation that has the potential to change our lives. At its core, AI attempts to mimic the capabilities of the human brain. Whether it’s computer vision, which focuses on how computers understand the visual World, or natural language processing, which focuses on how computers recognize and interpret written text, the list of possibilities for AI use continues to grow. Take, for example, aviatio…

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