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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.

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reframe[Tech] – Algorithms for the Common Good

In the project “reframe[Tech] – Algorithms for the Common Good”, we are committed to ensuring that efforts to develop and use algorithms and artificial intelligence are more closely aligned with the common good.

AI Forensics

AI Forensics

Italy (Italia)

AI Forensics is a European non-profit that investigates influential and opaque algorithms. We hold major technology platforms accountable by conducting independent and high-profile technical investigations to uncover and expose the harms caused by their algorithms.



Germany (Deutschland)

A campaign to create hack algorithmic music discovery algorithms to promote an anti-Nazi message and pressure audio platforms to stop hosting Nazi content

Algorithmic Transparency Institute

The Algorithmic Transparency Institute builds technology, gathers data, and generates insights to support research, journalism, and advocacy organizations.

European Centre for Algorithmic Transparency

The European Centre for Algorithmic Transparency (ECAT) will contribute to a safer, more predictable and trusted online environment for people and business.

Rethinking data and rebalancing digital power

What is a more ambitious vision for data use and regulation that can deliver a positive shift in the digital ecosystem towards people and society?

Knowing without Seeing

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.

Algo Transparency

An algorithm that attempts to analyze which information the YouTube algorithm is showing to people.

NYC law: Reporting on algorithmic tools used by city agencies.

NYC law: Reporting on algorithmic tools used by city agencies.

New York City Council, Broadway, New York, NY, USA

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



708 Main street, Houston, TX, USA

We're an impact technology company building a blockchain to help you prove your ethical and sustainable practices. .

Facebook Tracking Exposed

a project to improve the transparency behind Facebook’s algorithms


This project explores the meaning of social justice in an age of datafication

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