The right to a human in the loop: Political constructions of computer automation and personhood.

Abstract

Contributing to recent scholarship on the governance of algorithms, this article explores the role of dignity in data protection law addressing automated decision-making. Delving into the historical roots of contemporary disputes between information societies, notably European Union and Council of Europe countries and the United States, reveals that the… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0306312717699716

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