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Daily Dashboard | Report: Algorithmic decision-making technology may discriminate against disabled people Related reading: Final decision on Meta's EU-US data transfers delayed




People with disabilities have experienced discrimination, bias and oppression as a result of automated decision-making technology, according to the Center for Democracy and Technology. In a report by the CDT, researchers found the specific harms and disproportionate negative impacts surveillance and algorithmic tools can have on disabled people in education, the legal system, health care and the workplace. Technologies that rely on machine learning of data with ableist outcomes will replicate the same biases in the computer system. 
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