Based on your morals, a debate with a computer to expose you to other points of view

Posted to Statistics  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Collective Debate from the MIT Media Lab gauges your moral compass with a survey and then tries to “debate” with you about gender bias using counterpoints from the opposite side of the spectrum. The goal isn’t to be right. Instead, it’s to try to understand the other side. At the end, you see how you compare to others.

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