Living with the Algorithm - Toward a New Social Contract in the Age of AI

50 Pages Posted: 7 Nov 2020

See all articles by Aurora Dell'Elce

Aurora Dell'Elce

IE University - IE Law School; IE University, Students

Jimena López-Navarro Hochschild

IE University, IE Law School

Aleksandra Smajević

IE Law school

Argyri Panezi

IE Law School; Stanford PACS Center, Digital Civil Society Lab

Pablo Garcia Mexia

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Date Written: 2019

Abstract

This report provides extensive information designed to guide civil society through the changes that algorithms are bringing in our daily lives. It explores the role of algorithms in the household, the workplace and marketplace. The guide presents in simple terms various useful applications of algorithms and discusses the value of citizens' data in algorithm-driven markets. Finally, it highlights legal challenges and risks with particular regard to equity, privacy, cyber-security and also competition law. Outlining the relevant legal issues and debates around algorithmic control, fairness and accountability, this report hopes to play an informative and hopefully empowering role to members of civil society.

Keywords: Algorithms, Algorithmic Accountability, Transparency, AI, Good Data

Suggested Citation

Dell'Elce, Aurora and López-Navarro Hochschild, Jimena and Smajević, Aleksandra and Panezi, Argyri and Garcia Mexia, Pablo, Living with the Algorithm - Toward a New Social Contract in the Age of AI (2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3694846 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3694846

Aurora Dell'Elce

IE University - IE Law School ( email )

Madrid
Spain

IE University, Students ( email )

Castellón de la Plana 8
Madrid
Spain

Jimena López-Navarro Hochschild

IE University, IE Law School ( email )

Madrid
Spain

Aleksandra Smajević

IE Law school ( email )

Castellón de la Plana 8
Madrid, 28006
Spain

Argyri Panezi (Contact Author)

IE Law School ( email )

Calle de Castellón de la Plana, 8
Madrid, 28006
Spain

HOME PAGE: http://https://www.ie.edu/law-school/faculty-research/faculty/argyri-panezi/

Stanford PACS Center, Digital Civil Society Lab ( email )

Crown Quadrangle, 3rd floor, Stanford Law School
559 Nathan Abbott Way
Stanford, CA 94305
United States

HOME PAGE: http://pacscenter.stanford.edu/person/argyri-panezi/

Pablo Garcia Mexia

affiliation not provided to SSRN

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