Article by Judith Simon, Pak-Hang Wong & Gernot Rieder. Published in Internet Policy Review. Abstract: Recently, amid growing awareness that computer algorithms are not neutral tools but can cause harm . . .
News article by Cath Everett. Published by Diginomica. Excerpt: SUMMARY: The UK government ignored its own guidance and refused external help, resulting in an A level algorithm disaster that disproportionately . . .
News article by Sarah Marsh. Published in The Guardian. Excerpt: Call for more transparency on how such tools are used in public services as 20 councils stop using computer algorithms. . . .
Podcast interview with Chelsea Barabas. Hosted by John Danaher. Lots of algorithmic tools are now used to support decision-making in the criminal justice system. Many of them are criticised for . . .
Blog post by Matthew Stewart. Published on Towards Data Science. Excerpt: Understanding and combating issues of fairness in supervised learning. Note: This article is intended for a general audience to try . . .
Blog post by Andrew Smith, Director, FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection. Published on the United States Federal Trade Commission website. Headlines tout rapid improvements in artificial intelligence technology. The use . . .
Podcast produced by University of Toronto – Let’s Get Ethical, a C4E Podcast. Runtime 47 minutes. Interview with Ida Koivisto, a law professor at the University of Helsinki, discussing her . . .
News article by Michele Gilman. Published in The Conversation. President Donald Trump recently suggested there is “tremendous fraud” in government welfare programs. Although there’s very little evidence to back up his claim, . . .
Podcast produced by The TWIML AI Podcast. Generally, when we think of AI ethics we think of a few technical concepts — explainability, transparency, data biases, etc. — but Abeba . . .
News article by By Matthew Hutson. Published by IEEE Spectrum. Excerpt: Fair clustering algorithms aim to make artificial intelligence more impartial. Say you work at a big company and you’re . . .