how can the shift from human to automated
decision-making be mapped, understood and shaped?
In a data-driven world, decisions are not only based on data – they are also often enforced through data systems. Automated decision-making systems increasingly replace human decision-makers in all aspects of society, from justice to media and from healthcare to commerce.
Our research explores the ways in which algorithms, data and artificial intelligence affect markets and society. We aim to map, understand and – to the extent possible – help shape the shift from human decision-making to automated decision-making.