Grant: £15,000
June 20, 2018

As artificial intelligence “AI” and “data science” expand, the risk increases of algorithms operating in a discriminatory fashion arises where, for example, the algorithm is developed using machine learning which depends on data sets ‘teaching’ the algorithm how to operate as those data can be skewed.

The cost savings of automatic data processing over manual processing are significant drivers of public policy.

As technological developments proceed a modern interpretation of what it meant to be compliant with the rule of law, the use of AI by public bodies will similarly have to show itself as compliant.

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