Today we travel to a future where algorithms can be put on trial.
- Rumman Chowdhury — Global Lead for Responsible AI at Accenture Applied Intelligence
- Kevin De Liban — attorney at Legal Aid or Arkansas
- Nicholson Price — assistant professor of law at University of Michigan
- Shobita Parthasarathy — professor of public policy and women’s studies at University of Michigan
- What is an algorithm and why should you care?
- Legal Aid of Arkansas Files Federal Lawsuit Against DHS
- What Happens When An Algorithm Cuts Your Healthcare
- Legal Aid sues DHS again over algorithm denial of benefits to disabled
- Privacy and Accountability in Black-Box Medicine
- Can algorithms be racist? Trump’s housing department says no
- Flawed Algorithms Are Grading Millions of Students’ Essays
- Can You Sue An Algorithm For Malpractice?
- Machine Bias: There’s software used across the country to predict future criminals. And it’s biased against blacks.
- COMPAS recidivism practitioners guide
- COMPAS questionnaire
- Algorithmic Solutions to Algorithmic Bias: A Technical Guide
- Algorithmic bias detection and mitigation: Best practices and policies to reduce consumer harms
- Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism
- How Big Data Is ‘Automating Inequality’
- Responsible AI – Interview with Rumman Chowdhury
- The Data Scientist Putting Ethics into AI
- Medical Malpractice and Black-Box Medicine
- Artificial Intelligence in the Medical System: Four Roles for Potential Transformation
- Medical AI and Contextual Bias
- Evan Johnson as Mr. Morton
- David Romero as David
- Ash Greenberg as Ash
- Santos Flores as Santos
- Charlie Chalmers as Charlie
- Grace Nelligan as Grace
- Ava Ausman as Ava
- Sidney Perry-Thistle as Sidney
- Arthur Allison as Arthur
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