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USACM Panel on Algorithmic Transparency and Accountability

On September 14th the US ACM organized a panel on Algorithmic Transparency and Accountability in Washington DC to discuss the importance of the Statement on Algorithmic Transparency and Accountability and […]

Gikii 2017: Hunting for Ethical Innovation in the Adventures of Rick and Morty

Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at the annual Gikii workshop, this year hosted in England’s historical capital, Winchester. Since 2006, Gikii has had IT lawyers and technologists […]

In the Conversation: “Machine gaydar: AI is reinforcing stereotypes that liberal societies are trying to get rid of”

On September 7th the Guardian published an article drawing attention to a study from Stanford University which had applied Deep Neural Networks (a form of machine learning AI) to test […]

UnBias submissions to UK Parliamentary inquiries on “Fake News” and “Algorithms in decision-making”

Prior to the June 8th snap election there were two Commons Select Committee inquiries that both touched directly on our work at UnBias and for which we submitted written evidence. […]

Internet Society 25 Under 25 Awards

As part of the 25 years celebration of the Internet Society, ISOC decided to look for 25 representatives of the next generation of online innovators “who are using the Internet […]