Automated Decision Systems 11, 2017

Unfairness by algorithm



Future of Privacy Forum


The Future of Privacy Forum is a US-based "nonprofit organization that serves as a catalyst for privacy leadership and scholarship, advancing principled data practices in support of emerging technologies."
In order to advance the debate on the fair use of data and algorithms, the FPF has conducted an extensive review of the academic and grey literature of algorithmic discrimination. This resulted in two condensed charts offering a categorisation of possible algorithmic harms and strategies for their mitigation. The harms are grouped into individual and collective/societal harms, and include loss of opportunity, economic loss, social detriment, and loss of liberty. Individual harms are further broken down into illegal and unfair.

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