A Research Agenda for Accountable Algorithms
What should people who are interested in accountability and algorithms be thinking about? Here is one answer: My eleven-minute remarks are now online from a recent event at NYU. I’ve edited them to intersperse my slides.
This talk was partly motivated by the ethics work being done in the machine learning community. That is very exciting and interesting work and I love, love, love it. My remarks are an attempt to think through the other things we might also need to do. Let me know how to replace the “??” in my slides with something more meaningful!
Preview: My remarks contain a minor attempt at a Michael Jackson joke.
A number of fantastic Social Media Collective people were at this conference — you can hear Kate Crawford in the opening remarks. For more videos from the conference, see:
Algorithms and Accountability
Thanks to Joris van Hoboken, Helen Nissenbaum and Elana Zeide for organizing such a fab event.
If you bought this 11-minute presentation you might also buy: Auditing Algorithms, a forthcoming workshop at Oxford.
(This was cross-posted to multicast.)