Contestable Black Boxes

  title={Contestable Black Boxes},
  author={Andrea Aler Tubella and Andreas Theodorou and V. Dignum and Loizos Michael},
The right to contest a decision with consequences on individuals or the society is a well-established democratic right. Despite this right also being explicitly included in GDPR in reference to automated decision-making, its study seems to have received much less attention in the AI literature compared, for example, to the right for explanation. This paper investigates the type of assurances that are needed in the contesting process when algorithmic black-boxes are involved, opening new… Expand
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