Séminaire « Law, society and AI » : « Law, society and AI » : « The Theory of Artificial Immutability: Protecting Algorithmic Groups under Anti-Discrimination Law », Sandra Wachter (University of Oxford)
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Intervenante : Sandra Wachter (University of Oxford)
Résumé: Artificial intelligence is increasingly used to make life-changing decisions, including about who is successful with their job application and who gets into university. To do this, AI often creates groups that haven’t previously been used by humans. Many of these groups are not covered by non-discrimination law (e.g., ‘dog owners’ or ‘sad teens’), and some of them are even incomprehensible to humans (e.g., people classified by how fast they scroll through a page or by which browser they use).