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Gender Bias in LLMs



Large Language Models (LLMs) have made substantial progress in the past several months, shattering state-of-the-art benchmarks in many domains. This paper investigates LLMs’ behavior with respect to gender stereotypes, a known stumbling block for prior models. We propose a simple paradigm to test the presence of gender bias, building on but differing from WinoBias, a commonly used gender bias dataset which is likely to be included in the training data of current LLMs. We test four recently published LLMs and demonstrate that they express biased assumptions about men and women, specifically…



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