Knowledge base

Our knowledge base is a collection of readworthy articles, books and other publications from various disciplines about algorithmic fairness. Each piece of writing has been summarized and/or reviewed.

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White paper – Reversing the burden of proof

White paper – Reversing the burden of proof

Author(s): Algorithm Audit

Algorithm Audit's first white paper on the reversal on the burden of proof in the context of (semi-)automated decision-making

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Algorithmic Discrimination in Europe

Algorithmic Discrimination in Europe

Author(s): Janneke Gerards and Raphaële Xenidis

This EU report investigates how algorithmic discrimination challenges the set of legal guarantees put in place in Europe to combat discrimination and ensure equal treatment.

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Algorithms and Fundamental Rights

Algorithms and Fundamental Rights

Author(s): Janneke Gerards, Remco Nehmelman, Max Vetzo

Overview how automated decision-making has a profound impact on fundamental rights in the context of the Dutch legal system

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Automated Decision-Making Under the GDPR – A comphrehensive case-law analysis

Automated Decision-Making Under the GDPR – A comphrehensive case-law analysis

Author(s): Sebastião Barros Vale, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna

The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) launched a comprehensive report analyzing case-law under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applied to real-life cases involving Automated Decision Making (ADM).

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Digitalization and the (Dis)balanced Trias Politica

Digitalization and the (Dis)balanced Trias Politica

Author(s): Reijer Passchier

Scientific legal paper arguing why new checks and balances are needed to guarantee a separation of state powers in the digital era.

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Discrimination through Risk Profiling

Discrimination through Risk Profiling

Author(s): Dutch College for Human Rights

Framework for discrimination through risk-profiling

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Practical Fairness

Practical Fairness

Author(s): Aileen Nielsen

A wide-ranging book that informs data and AI ethics practitioners about recent advances in open-source toolkits and legal frameworks.

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