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Wrong questions generate wrong answers

31 May 2021

Algorithms are everywhere. But a lot of people are wary of them, for instance because it was the use of predictive algorithms that led to discrimination in the Dutch child allowance scandal. Michael Biehl (Information Systems) and Davide Grossi (Multi-agents systems) are interviewed by the  University Newspaper about whether such suspicions are grounded.

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Last modified:31 May 2021 4.32 p.m.

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