Tag Archives: Algorithms

UK regulators publish two discussion papers on algorithmic systems

On 28 April 2022, the UK Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum (DRCF) published two discussion papers on the benefits and harms of algorithms and on the landscape of algorithmic auditing and the role of regulators, respectively. About DRCF The DRCF consists of four UK regulators: the Competition and Markets Authority, Ofcom, the Information Commissioner’s Office and … Continue Reading

Council of Europe publish recommendations for the regulation of AI to protect human rights

The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights has recently published recommendations for improving compliance with human rights regulations by parties developing, deploying or implementing artificial intelligence (AI). The recommendations are addressed to Member States. The principles concern stakeholders who significantly influence the development and implementation of an AI system. The Commissioner has focussed on … Continue Reading

CDEI calls for evidence to inform its review of online targeting and bias in algorithmic decision making

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) is inviting submissions to help inform its review of online targeting and bias in algorithmic decision making. Online targeting Online targeting refers to providing individuals with relevant and engaging content, products, and services. Typically users experience targeting in the form of online advertising or personalised social media … Continue Reading

President prioritizes research, development, and deployment of artificial intelligence technology

The President has made artificial intelligence technology a policy priority. On February 11, 2019, the President issued an Executive Order to direct most federal executive agencies to promote and protect American advancements in artificial intelligence while working with private industry. The order recognized that public trust in artificial intelligence is an important factor in the … Continue Reading

Rise of AI poses new regulatory challenges

Companies that employ algorithms, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in their day-to-day business may face increased attention from federal antitrust and consumer protection regulators in the future. On November 13–14,  the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) addressed this topic in their hearings on “Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century.” The panelists, an assembly … Continue Reading
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