Big Policy Canvas Research Roadmap

[...] * Algorithms are increasingly used to take policy decisions that are potentially life changing, and therefore they must be transparent and accountable. GDPR sets out the clear framework for consent and transparency. Transparency is required for both data and algorithm, but as bias is difficult to detect in the algorithm itself and ultimately it is only through assessment of real-life cases that discrimination is detectable.
Sardan Palides
Allow me to question a bit the clarity of GDPR :)
Sardan Palides, 24/07/2019 09:44