A feminist-inspired community-led framework for improved transparency and engagement in algorithmic decision-making
In service of you and a vision for improved transparency and human agency in the interactions between people and algorithmic systems:
  • Bogdana Rakova, Mozilla Foundation, Senior Trustworthy AI Fellow
  • Megan Ma, Stanford Law School, CodeX Fellow
  • Renee Shelby, Sociology Department and Legal Studies Program, Georgia Institute of Technology

Graphic design by Yan Li.

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Image credits: Ways of Council, Four Worlds International Institute (source)

We want to acknowledge and celebrate the work of the communities who have supported and inspired us in exploring this new social imaginary - Mozilla Foundation, Data & Society, and Stanford CodeX! Especially the interactive Data & Society workshop exploring the social life of algorithmic harms, our MozFest workshop on the role of licenses in Trustworthy AI, and the Stanford CodeX FutureLaw conference