Jusletter IT

Transparancy Requirements for Algorithms and AI, Wishful Thinking?

  • Autor/Autorin: Robert van den Hoven van Genderen
  • Beitragsart: Juristische Informatik-Systeme & Legal Tech
  • Kategorie: Beiträge
  • Region: EU
  • Rechtsgebiete: LegalTech
  • Sammlung: Tagungsband IRIS 2021
  • DOI: 10.38023/8cef2a86-69a1-4d93-9717-306295b60db3
  • Zitiervorschlag: Robert van den Hoven van Genderen, Transparancy Requirements for Algorithms and AI, Wishful Thinking? , in: Jusletter IT 27. Mai 2021
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...

Table of contents

  • 1. Algorithms and explainability
  • 2. Explainability
  • 3. Interpretation of Algorithms
  • 4. High level ethical requirements as part of legal requirements?
  • 5. The use of AI and algorithms by government and industries
  • 6. The actual use of algorithms for profiling, Algorithm Based Decision making (ADS) Use for Risk assessment in Criminal behaviour and Fraud Investigations
  • 7. Transparency and Compliance with EU and GDPR Requirements
  • 8. Technical transparency and explainability
  • 9. The GDPR
  • 10. Conclusion

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