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BELGIUM

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By Rosamunde van Brakel Belgium has several levels of government and debates are spread out over the different governments: federal, regional (Flemish, Walloon and Brussels-Capital region government)…

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Automating Society – Taking Stock of Automated Decision-Making in the EU (2019) A report by AlgorithmWatch in cooperation with Bertelsmann Stiftung, supported by the Open Society Foundations To…

DENMARK

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By Brigitte Alfter The Danish government states that it wants to actively further the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and related education. The focus is clearly on the potential for econo…

RECOMMENDATIONS

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In this report we have compiled findings from 12 EU member states and the level of the EU. In all countries, we looked at the debates focused on the development and application of automated decision-m…

EUROPEAN UNION

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By Kristina Penner The EU is a lot of things: It is a union of 28 Member States that has a commission, a parliament, a council of national ministers, the Court of Justice, and a couple of other instit…

FRANCE

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By Nicolas Kayser-Bril French lawmakers’ first confrontation with ADM came in 1978, when they introduced a law to ban it unconditionally. The new law granted citizens the right to access and modify th…

SLOVENIA

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By Lenart J. Kučić Slovenia has not adopted any strategic document on a national level regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), algorithms or automated decision-making (ADM) systems. However…

INTRODUCTION

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Imagine you’re looking for a job. The company you are applying to says you can have a much easier application process if you provide them with your username and password for your personal email accoun…

NETHERLANDS

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By Gijs van Til In the Netherlands, the impact of automated decision-making (ADM) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) on individuals and society is predominantly discussed as part of the larger Dutch str…

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