These projects open "black box" algorithms up to expert and/or public audit by sharing inputs, rules, and other components of how the system makes its decisions.
The European Centre for Algorithmic Transparency (ECAT) will contribute to a safer, more predictable and trusted online environment for people and business.
Knowing without Seeing is a research project by Amber Sinha which explores meaningful transparency solutions for opaque algorithms, and privileges comprehension over mere access to information.
A framework to assess automated decision systems and to ensure public accountability
An algorithm that attempts to analyze which information the YouTube algorithm is showing to people.
A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to reporting on algorithmic tools used by city agencies
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a project to improve the transparency behind Facebook’s algorithms
Local Law 49
This project explores the meaning of social justice in an age of datafication