Policy paper

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation calls for evidence on online targeting and bias in algorithmic decision making

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation seeks evidence to support its reviews into online targeting and bias in algorithmic decision making.

Documents

Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation: Review of online targeting

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Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation: Review on bias in algorithmic decision making

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Details

Individuals or organisations with an interest in either of these areas are encouraged to respond and support the Centre in gathering a robust evidence base for its two reviews.

Please review the calls for evidence documents for more details including the specific questions the Centre seeks to address, as well as submission deadlines.

Published 7 May 2019