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Decision-Making: Human vs Machine

Decision-Making: Human vs Machine

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When:

  • Wed 5 Dec ’18, 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Where:

AUT City Campus, 55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Registration GA: $0.00

Please note: This event is free to attend, however registration is required!

Kia ora.

Please join us on Wednesday 5 December for this free lecture by international algorithm ethics expert Lorena Jaume-Palasi.

Decision-Making: Human vs Machine

The use of algorithms in decision-making is growing steadily, so it has never been more important to understand how algorithm-assisted decisions differ from human decisions, and what good practice looks like.

Lorena Jaume-Palasi will explain the major differences between human and algorithm-assisted decision-making and share the trends she is seeing internationally. Her talk will focus on the key issues that algorithms tend to raise for governments, organisations and communities and how those concerns, like ethics and bias, can be navigated and algorithm-assisted decision-making done well.

Lorena is the founder of non-profit advocacy organisation AlgorithmWatch (Berlin) and of non-profit research and advocacy organization the Ethical Tech Society (Berlin). Her work focuses on the philosophy of law and ethics of automatisation and digitisation.

She serves as the head of the secretariat of the German Internet Governance Forum and is a member of the Spanish Government’s High Level Expert Council on Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. Lorena consults to international institutions, governments and corporations, and regularly writes and lectures on data protection, privacy, discrimination and the public sphere.

This lecture is proudly presented by the Centre for Social Data Analytics, in the School of Economics at Auckland University of Technology, together with Stats NZ.

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