A clarification of the nuances in the fairness metrics landscape

@article{Castelnovo2022ACO,
  title={A clarification of the nuances in the fairness metrics landscape},
  author={Alessandro Castelnovo and Riccardo Crupi and Greta Greco and Daniele Regoli and Ilaria Giuseppina Penco and Andrea Claudio Cosentini},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2022},
  volume={12}
}
In recent years, the problem of addressing fairness in machine learning (ML) and automatic decision making has attracted a lot of attention in the scientific communities dealing with artificial intelligence. A plethora of different definitions of fairness in ML have been proposed, that consider different notions of what is a “fair decision” in situations impacting individuals in the population. The precise differences, implications and “orthogonality” between these notions have not yet been… 

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