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OpenSCHUFA – shedding light on Germany’s opaque credit scoring

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Why we started OpenSCHUFA, why you should care about credit scoring & how you can help.

AlgorithmWatch has been awarded funding by Bertelsmann Stiftung and Hans Böckler Foundation

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How can we bring more transparency to automated decision making (ADM) processes that have a significant impact on our societies? And what consequences has the use of ADM systems in human resources man…

Luxemburg Lecture with Frank Pasquale and AlgorithmWatch, May 11, 7 pm in Berlin

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Coming Thursday (May 11th) we will discuss the question of how to hold algorithms accountable with Frank Pasquale, one of the leading scholars on algorithmic accountability and professor of law at the…

Algorithms make no value judgements – except the ones designed by humans

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"Judgments, when being made by humans, can never be considered value-neutral." Says Danny Yadron, technology reporter for Guardian US in his article Facebook controversy shows journalists are more com…

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