I was reading articles about the Digital Service Act and the more I read about this regulation, the more I was remembering the Ethical Considerations of the Spanish Charter of Digital Rights. The Ethical Considerations group consisted of: Carissa Véliz, Paloma Llaneza, José Luis Piñar, Instituto Hermes, Simona Levi, Miguel Pérez Subías, and led by […]
How the main legal and ethical issues in Machine Learning arose and evolved. What events in the past caused this massive invasion of our privacy that is leading to a manipulated society and monitored democracies. And, most importantly, what are the possible solutions.
Historical sentence of the Court of The Hague striking down the collection of data and profiling for Social Security fraud (SyRI).
On February 5th, the Court of The Hague issued a historic sentence striking down the data collection, in the poorest neighbourhoods, and profiling in order to detect Social Security fraud in Holland (SyRI).
It is a significant sentence, with an international impact, for algorithmic decision-making in the public sector, which will mark a before and after.