Dominique Hogan-Doran SC's paper, “Computer Says ‘No’ - automation, algorithms and artificial intelligence in Government decision-making“ has been published in The Judicial Review by the Judicial Commission of New South Wales. The paper is an updated and extended version of a presentation in May to the UNSW Law Public Sector Law & Governance Seminar.
Today, bureaucracy is no longer what it once was. Increasingly, administrative decisions that used to be based on human reflection are made automatically. Important decisions about people's lives will be made by algorithms and profiling, and potentially autonomous intelligent artificial agents.
Report of visit to Infiniti LAB HKG, the Renault-Nissan backed Accelerator hub, and the joint British and Australian Hong Kong Chambers of Commerce "Insurtech" event.
The Australian Government announces a 'regulatory sandbox' for FinTech startups.
It takes time and effort to use social media effectively; here are my thoughts and suggestions.
Forget the mining boom, Australia. It's time for the data mining boom.