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Published on Nov 18, 2016
Automated decisions are increasingly used by government for activities ranging from the allocation of public resources to policing routes. This panel discussed this intersection of artificial intelligence, open data, and predictive analytics and asked what tools are needed to ensure that these decisions are both accountable and ethical.
Moderator: Kenneth Cukier, Senior Editor of Digital Products, The Economist Julia Angwin, Senior Reporter, ProPublica Stephanie Hankey, Executive Director, Tactical Technology Collective Martin Tisné, Investment Partner, Omidyar Network