© 2021 Editions Weblaw. All rights reserved.Algorithms are the basic engine of AI and are increasingly supporting and channelling the outcome of deciscion making in all kind of different areas . Algorithms will drive many different applications, from industrial products to administrative and governmental decision making. This includes relevant legal decisions that will require information for data-subjects. The GDPR requires transparency of decision-making and explainability as well as information to the datas-subjects. In what respect and to what extent is this demand feasible? Must algorithms always be explainable or do we accept the black box to be black for different functionalities. Is a separate legal framework for algorithms necessary? It is not always necessary to know what is under the hood of the car to drive...
|Publication status||Published - 27 May 2021|