Governing an algorithm

Algorithmic governance

Algorithms make a wide range of morally important decisions, and many people now argue that members of the public should be more directly involved in deciding the moral trade-offs that such systems entail. But most ideas for public or stakeholder involvement are still on the drawing board, and there are few real stories of public deliberation over the design of a morally important algorithm. This talk explores one such story.

SOURCE: Data & Society