PROJECT SUMMARY

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Civic Automated Decision-Making

Focus Area(s): All
Research Program: Data

This project supplements work on ethical automated decision-making (ADM) with a focus on civic commitments and concerns. It adds a consideration of politics and power to ethical approaches in the area of ADM and civic life.

Such an approach adds an additional layer to the question of whether ADM processes are ethical by considering how they promote civic life and democracy.

RESEARCHERS

Mark Andrejevic

Prof Mark Andrejevic

Lead Investigator

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Axel Bruns, Chief Investigator with the ADM+S Centre

Prof Axel Bruns

Chief Investigator

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ADM+S Associate Director Jean Burgess

Prof Jean Burgess

Chief Investigator

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ADM+S Chief Investigator Megan Richardson

Prof Megan Richardson

Chief Investigator

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ADM+S Chief Investigator Nic Suzor

Prof Nicolas Suzor

Chief Investigator

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Julian Thomas

Prof Julian Thomas

Chief Investigator

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Kimberlee Weatherall

Prof Kimberlee Weatherall

Chief Investigator

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ADM+S Associate Investigator Jake Goldenfein

Dr Jake Goldenfein

Associate Investigator

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ADM+S Chief Investigator Andrew Kenyon

Prof Andrew Kenyon

Associate Investigator

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Andrew Roberts

Prof Andrew Roberts

Associate Investigator

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ADM+S Investigator Robert Sparrow

Prof Robert Sparrow

Associate Investigator

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ADM+S Investigator Frank Pasquale

Prof Frank Pasquale

Partner Investigator

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ADM+S Investigator Karen Yeung

Prof Karen Yeung

Partner Investigator

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PARTNERS

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Brooklyn Law School

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Data and Society logo

Data & Society Research Institute (US)

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Victorian Information Commissioner

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