Algorithmic Governance and Administrative Law
If law is to promote justice and welfare, it must respond to changes in society. In much the same way, the tools that government uses to make, implement, and enforce laws also need to adapt in the face of societal changes as well as in light of changes in technology. In this spirit, governments around the world increasingly look to the promise of one of the newest technological innovations made possible by modern computing power: machine-learning algorithms.
algorithmic governance, artificial intelligence, machine learning, transparency, privacy, procedural justice, ethics
The Cambridge Handbook of the Law of Algorithms
Appel, Steven M. and Coglianese, Cary, "Algorithmic Governance and Administrative Law" (2020). All Faculty Scholarship. 3003.