Corpus ID: 12598746

Accountable Algorithms

@inproceedings{Reidenberg2016AccountableA,
  title={Accountable Algorithms},
  author={Joel R. Reidenberg and D. Robinson and HARLAN YUt},
  year={2016}
}
  • Joel R. Reidenberg, Joel R. Reidenberg, +1 author HARLAN YUt
  • Published 2016
  • Many important decisions historically made by people are now made by computers. Algorithms count votes, approve loan and credit card applications, target citizens or neighborhoods for police scrutiny, select taxpayers for IRS audit, grant or deny immigration visas, and more. The accountability mechanisms and legal standards that govern such decision processes have not kept pace with technology. The tools currently available to policymakers, legislators, and courts were developed to oversee… CONTINUE READING
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