Algorithmic Decision-Making and Accountability

From Youtube: Jeff Larson, Safiya Noble, and Nikhyl Singhal join the Stanford teaching team, Rob Reich, Mehran Sahami, Jeremy Weinstein, and Hilary Cohen, to illuminate the ethical and social dimensions of algorithmic decision-making. They discuss competing notions of algorithmic fairness, the use of algorithms in practice (in both the public and private sectors), and questions of accountability, transparency, and governance.

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