The new machinery of government: using machine technology in administrative decision-making’. - Shared screen with speaker view
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Here's a link to the report: https://www.ombo.nsw.gov.au/news-and-publications/news/greater-transparency-needed-for-nsw-governments-use-of-machine-technology-in-decision-making
Here is a link to our report - https://www.opengovpartnership.org/documents/algorithmic-accountability-public-sector/
I have to leave but many thanks for a very interesting talk.
A recent article by me on why the success of machine technology depends on empowered people and why you shouldn't assume that the machine is answering the question you need to answer: https://crestresearch.ac.uk/comment/give-me-a-ping-vasili-one-ping-only-why-the-success-of-machine-learning-depends-on-empowered-people/
Here is our guidance on good conduct and administrative practice: https://www.ombo.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0016/3634/Good-conduct-and-administrative-practice-guidelines-for-state-and-local-government.pdf
it was a great talk- many thanks…
Link to UK Government's draft algorithmic transparency standard currently being piloted https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/algorithmic-transparency-standard
NSW Gov AI Assurance Framework: https://www.digital.nsw.gov.au/policy/artificial-intelligence/nsw-ai-assurance-framework
Thanks Marion and everyone, great session!
That was great, thank you all. Fantastic to see some great discussion focussed on this topic
Thank you everyone!
Jess de Jesus de Pinho Pinhal