April 19, 2023 /Legal/ –The issue of Apple and Goldman Sachs discriminating against married women who apply for Apple Card escalated after a number of women came forward with their stories. These women said that they were offered lower credit limits than their husbands, even though they had similar credit scores and income. Some of the women said that they were even denied credit altogether.
The women who came forward with their stories said that they were frustrated and angry. They felt like they were being discriminated against because of their gender. They also felt like Apple and Goldman Sachs were not taking their concerns seriously.
The issue of AI bias is a complex one. AI algorithms are trained on data, and if that data is biased, then the algorithm will be biased as well. In this case, it is possible that the AI algorithm that was used to determine credit limits was biased against married women.
It is important to note that this is just an allegation at this point. Apple and Goldman Sachs have not been found guilty of discrimination. However, the allegations have raised serious concerns about the use of AI in lending decisions.
It is important to remember that AI is a tool, and like any tool, it can be used for good or for bad. It is up to us to ensure that AI is used in a way that is fair and equitable.