A growing database of known uses by local and federal U.S. agencies of automated decision making and related technologies, including related policies, caselaw, and research groups.
A feature of Algorithmic Control: Automated Decisionmaking in America’s Cities brought to you by MuckRock and the Rutgers Institute for Information Policy & Law (RIIPL).
Some examples of technologies and policies:
Facial recognition technology
Location-based transportation planning tools
Risk assessment tools used in judicial proceedings
Housing and homelessness service tools
Social service algorithmic decision systems
Algorithmic decision systems in government assistance or protection
Educational service delivery tools
Algorithmic impact assessments
Bans on automated decision making systems
Oversight measures and standards
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