The Roots of Bias on Uber

  title={The Roots of Bias on Uber},
  author={Benjamin V. Hanrahan and Ning F. Ma and Tina Chien-Wen Yuan},
  booktitle={ECSCW Exploratory Papers},
In the last decade, there has been a growth in, what we call, digitally mediated workplaces. A digitally mediated workplace is one where interactions between stakeholders are primarily managed by proprietary, algorithmically managed digital platform. The replacement of the relationships between the stakeholders by the platform is a key feature of these workplaces, and is a contributing factor to the decrease in contractual responsibilities each stakeholder has to one another. In this paper, we… Expand
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