Auditing algorithms: the existing landscape, role of regulators and future outlook
In 2021 the DRCF established an Algorithmic Processing workstream to explore the impact of algorithms across our industries and regulatory remits. As part of this workstream, we launched two separate research projects – one looking at the harms and benefits posed by algorithmic processing (including the use of artificial intelligence), and another looking at the merits of algorithmic auditing, as a way of documenting risks and assuring stakeholders that an algorithmic system behaves and is governed as intended. In undertaking these projects, the DRCF members sought input from a range of stakeholders, including representatives from academia, civil society, government, industry, the public sector, and consumer groups.
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Date published: 2 Mar 2024
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