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Enbergs, Maurus (author)
The thesis explores the complexities and risks associated with Automated Decision-Making (ADM) systems in social welfare, focusing on the phenomenon of ”digital cages.” The digital cage concept refers to a situation where rigid systems, perpetuated through algorithmic misclassification, inadvertently trap citizens in bureaucratic complications...
master thesis 2024
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Alfrink, Kars (author), Keller, A.I. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Kortuem, Gerd (author)
Local governments increasingly use artificial intelligence (AI) for automated decision-making. Contestability, making systems responsive to dispute, is a way to ensure they respect human rights to autonomy and dignity. We investigate the design of public urban AI systems for contestability through the example of camera cars: human-driven...
conference paper 2023
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Pel, Laurie (author)
The use of Automated Decision Making (ADM) systems in the public sector will become increasingly prevalent in the future, making citizens increasingly likely to be confronted with decisions that have been made fully automatically, without human intervention. Ever more digitization increases the opaqueness of the social benefits system in the...
master thesis 2022
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Alfrink, Kars (author), Keller, A.I. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Doorn, N. (author)
As the use of AI systems continues to increase, so do concerns over their lack of fairness, legitimacy and accountability. Such harmful automated decision-making can be guarded against by ensuring AI systems are contestable by design: responsive to human intervention throughout the system lifecycle. Contestable AI by design is a small but...
journal article 2022
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