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Discrimination discovery is to unveil discrimination against a specific individual by analyzing the historical dataset. In this paper, we develop a general technique to capture discrimination based on the legally grounded situation testing methodology. For any individual, we find pairs of tuples from the dataset with similar characteristics apart from(More)
Discrimination discovery and prevention has received intensive attention recently. Discrimination generally refers to an unjustified distinction of individuals based on their membership, or perceived membership, in a certain group, and often occurs when the group is treated less favorably than others. However, existing discrimination discovery and(More)
Anti-discrimination is an increasingly important task in data science. In this paper, we investigate the problem of discovering both direct and indirect discrimination from the historical data, and removing the discriminatory effects before the data is used for predictive analysis (e.g., building classifiers). We make use of the causal network to capture(More)
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