Responding to the Law Commission’s recent proposal for a new legal framework to govern the automation of public decision-making, PLP Research Fellow Tatiana Kazim examines why this proposal could play a fundamental role in ensuring algorithmic decision-making operates in a fair and lawful way, in this guest blog for Legal Futures.

Read the blog to find out:

  • the three concerning factors about the current use of automated public decision-making
  • where we’ve seen these issues arise in practice
  • measures that could be implemented to ensure greater transparency and accountability.

Read the blog