Towards an integrated regulatory approach of the use of Automated Decision-Making systems in the public sector
Partners: Tilburg University, Utrecht University, Delft University of Technology
The aim of this research is to initiate a discourse on how society should respond to the use of ADS in the public sector. This involves negotiating core public values to underpin regulatory initiatives governing their use. An attempt will be made to engage all relevant stakeholders in these deliberations and formulate a regulatory approach that considers various disciplinary perspectives, including law, public governance, and socio-technical considerations.
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