Tag: Algorithmic accountability
Algorithmic decision-making in the U.S. needs accountability
Access Now endorses the Algorithmic Accountability Act of 2022, which will help combat algorithmic discrimination in defense of human rights.
Prohibiting discriminatory algorithms: U.S. Congress has a plan
Access Now is proud to endorse the Algorithmic Justice and Online Platform Transparency Act of 2021, introduced by U.S. Senator Markey and Representative Matsui. The bill would help protect marginalized communities from discrimination online and increase transparency into websites’ systems of content promotion and moderation.
Experts are finished, politicians to deliver – the Council of Europe publishes expert recommendations on the human rights impacts of algorithmic systems
We welcome the finalised recommendations on the human rights impacts of algorithmic systems with great enthusiasm, and urge member states to adopt the text in due course and ensure its implementation by both the public and private sector.
Artificial Intelligence: what are the issues for digital rights?
You may have a basic understanding of what AI is. But are you familiar with the issues it raises for your fundamental rights?