The panel has a conversation with Professor Ryan Calo from the University of Washington, discussing: How do regulatory agencies use automated decision making software or algorithms? Who is responsible when the algorithms deliver absurd results? Can decisions to procure artificial intelligence enhanced software be reviewed? Also, a short consideration of constitutional rights for robots!
The article discussed was: Ryan Calo & Danielle K. Citron, The Automated Administrative State: A Crisis of Legitimacy, 70 Emory L. J. 797 (2021).
Guest: Ryan Calo
Panel: Seth Trott, Courtney Buechler
Audio: Mohammed Saleem
Producer: Tony Fernando