Technology to protect remote exam-taking against fraud has quickly become necessary as exams move online. Combinations of machine learning algorithms, facial recognition technology and eye tracking software are used to make sure that the person taking the exam is who they say they are and identify cheating. However, there have been many documented cases where they cannot identify students with dark skin, not allowing them to take exams.
In an opinion piece by a University Librarian, he claims that millions of algorithmically proctored (invigilated) tests are happening every month around the world, increasing exponentially during the pandemic. In […]Read More
An opinion piece in which examples are given of students who have been highly disadvantaged by exam software, including a muslim woman forced to remove her hijab by software, in […]Read More
News article which argues that whilst AI facial recognition during exams might be fair, it is both an invasion of privacy and is at risk of bringing unwarranted biases.Read More