Some HCI Priorities for GDPR-Compliant Machine Learning

Paper presented at The General Data Protection Regulation: An Opportunity for the CHI Community? (CHI-GDPR 2018), Workshop at ACM CHI'18, 22 April 2018, Montreal, Canada

8 Pages Posted: 22 Mar 2018 Last revised: 29 Mar 2018

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Michael Veale

Alan Turing Institute - Alan Turing Institute; University of Birmingham - Birmingham Law School

Reuben Binns

University of Oxford

Max Van Kleek

University of Oxford - Computing Laboratory

Date Written: March 19, 2018

Abstract

In this short paper, we consider the roles of HCI in enabling the better governance of consequential machine learning systems using the rights and obligations laid out in the recent 2016 EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) — a law which involves heavy interaction with people and systems. Focussing on those areas that relate to algorithmic systems in society, we propose roles for HCI in legal contexts in relation to fairness, bias and discrimination; data protection by design; data protection impact assessments; transparency and explanations; the mitigation and understanding of automation bias; and the communication of envisaged consequences of processing.

Keywords: GDPR, data protection, machine learning, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, user interfaces, discrimination, anti-discrimination, algorithmic accountability

Suggested Citation

Veale, Michael and Binns, Reuben and Van Kleek, Max, Some HCI Priorities for GDPR-Compliant Machine Learning (March 19, 2018). Paper presented at The General Data Protection Regulation: An Opportunity for the CHI Community? (CHI-GDPR 2018), Workshop at ACM CHI'18, 22 April 2018, Montreal, Canada. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3143705

Michael Veale (Contact Author)

Alan Turing Institute - Alan Turing Institute ( email )

96 Euston Road
London, NW1 2DB
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University of Birmingham - Birmingham Law School ( email )

Edgbaston
Birmingham, B15 2TT
United Kingdom

Reuben Binns

University of Oxford ( email )

Mansfield Road
Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 4AU
United Kingdom

Max Van Kleek

University of Oxford - Computing Laboratory ( email )

Wolfson Building
Parks Road
Oxford, OX1 3QD
United Kingdom

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