Recent years have seen the development of many open-source ML fairness toolkits aimed at helping ML practitioners assess and address unfairness in their systems.
The Advancing Data Justice Research and Practice project aims to broaden understanding of the social, historical, cultural, political, and economic forces that contribute to discrimination and inequity in contemporary ecologies of data collection, governance, and use.
no code implementations • 6 Apr 2022 • David Leslie, Michael Katell, Mhairi Aitken, Jatinder Singh, Morgan Briggs, Rosamund Powell, Cami Rincón, Thompson Chengeta, Abeba Birhane, Antonella Perini, Smera Jayadeva, Anjali Mazumder
The Advancing Data Justice Research and Practice (ADJRP) project aims to widen the lens of current thinking around data justice and to provide actionable resources that will help policymakers, practitioners, and impacted communities gain a broader understanding of what equitable, freedom-promoting, and rights-sustaining data collection, governance, and use should look like in increasingly dynamic and global data innovation ecosystems.
This paper introduces reviewability as a framework for improving the accountability of automated and algorithmic decision-making (ADM) involving machine learning.
Specifically, given the concerns regarding ever-increasing levels of automated and algorithmic decision-making, and so-called 'algorithmic systems' in general, we propose decision provenance as a concept showing much promise.