From setting insurance premiums to deciding who gets a home loan or even diagnosing disease, algorithmic systems can reshape our lives. Algorithms are increasingly used to make predictions, recommendations or decisions vital to individuals and communities in areas such as finance, housing, social welfare, employment, education and justice — with very real-world implications. As the use of algorithmic systems increases, so too does the need for appropriate auditing, assessment and review. Salinger Privacy’s Samantha Floreani and Anna Johnson explain when privacy professionals should assess privacy considerations raised by algorithmic systems.
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