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Algorithmic and Economic Perspectives on Fairness

  title={Algorithmic and Economic Perspectives on Fairness},
  author={D. Parkes and R. Vohra and E. al.},
  • D. Parkes, R. Vohra, E. al.
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Algorithmic systems have been used to inform consequential decisions for at least a century. Recidivism prediction dates back to the 1920s. Automated credit scoring dates began in the middle of the last century, but the last decade has witnessed an acceleration in the adoption of prediction algorithms. They are deployed to screen job applicants for the recommendation of products, people, and content, as well as in medicine (diagnostics and decision aids), criminal justice, facial recognition… CONTINUE READING

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