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Report cover reading: Policy briefing: Algorithmic Impact Assessments: Building a systematic framework of accountability for algorithmic decision making
December 3, 2021

Algorithmic Impact Assessments

Algorithmic systems are increasingly used by Governments and businesses to make ‘automated’, data-driven decisions that are having far-reaching consequences on work and working people. Existing regimes for regulation have been outpaced, requiring new proposals to ensure meaningful accountability and shape innovation in the public interest.

This policy paper and toolkit proposes algorithmic impact assessments as a systematic framework of accountability for algorithmic decision making to support the next phase of the AI Strategy.

Join us on Wednesday 27 April, 16:00-17:00 BST for an APPG on the Future of Work event to explore how algorithmic impact assessments (AIAs) are gaining traction internationally as a regulatory strategy for addressing and correcting algorithmic harms, and specifically in a workplace context. Find out more and register here.

Report cover reading: Policy briefing: Algorithmic Impact Assessments: Building a systematic framework of accountability for algorithmic decision making
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Author

Institute for the Future of Work

Publication type

Report

Programme

Power

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