A feminist-inspired community-led social contract 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

Could the Terms-we-Serve-with social contract serve you and your community? Please share more with us and contact us through this form.


Productive Friction

TwSw agreements acknowledge and reflect marginalized knowledge systems. We challenge one-sided terms-of-service by enabling meaningful dialogue through the production and resolution of conflict. We believe critical discussion allows individuals to self-organize and discuss algorithmic harms and accountability mechanisms in a way that is safe, respects their privacy, and human dignity.