Albert Fox Cahn participated in New York City’s process to understand how automated decision organisations are affecting its citizens. But, he writes, the historical, well-intentioned initiative departed” horribly inaccurate .”
When I stepped into the City Hall boardroom, it was filled with the anxious force of the first day of academy or a new job. But it was something far wonkier: the inaugural assemble of the New York City Automated Decision Systems( ADS) Task Force. Excitingly, this was the first task force in “the two countries “ to comprehensively analyze the impact of artificial intelligence on authority. Looking at everything from predictive policing, to school assignments, to trash pickup, the people in this room were going to decide what capacity AI should dally and what safeguards we should have.
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