GovTech Review: Automated decision-making systems: ensuring transparency

In a recent GovTech Review article, Hicksons Legal Digital Transformation Partner David Fischl and Solicitor Elias Dehsabzi discuss the rise of government agencies using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automated Decision Making (ADM) systems.

The post looks into the adoption of these technologies, key considerations and lessons to ensure agencies deliver efficient and fair public services in the digital age.
“The integration of ADM systems is a significant advancement in the operations of the NSW public sector. These technologies rely on data, decision trees, algorithms and sometimes artificial intelligence to automate either all or part of decision-making processes.”
Click here to read the full article.
Uploaded to Gov Tech Review on 3 April 2024.
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