Garbage In, Garbage Out

Camilla Bath, a journalist with 20 years’ experience, joins the team to chat about bias and objectivity in a world that’s heavily reliant on news. Camilla touches on the importance of knowing your sources, and how AI generators are “hugely skewed to a Western perspective.”
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