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From Affirmative Action to Affirmative Algorithms: The Legal Challenges Threatening Progress on Algorithmic Fairness

On Nov 10, 2020
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RT @PartnershipAI: Supreme Court rulings suggest future legal risks for current approaches to mitigating #algorithmicbias. @alicexiang and @DanHo1 discuss these risks (and avoiding them) as part of the @UChiLRev series #AffirmativeAction at a Crossroads. Learn more here → https://t.co/WxmKWszmlp
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The trajectory of Supreme Court rulings suggests a future where policies that account for race will be deemed inherently discriminatory. Technologists must take note, and should urgently pay attention to the possible legal challenges to their current approaches to mitigating algorithmic ...

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On Nov 10, 2020
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RT @PartnershipAI: Supreme Court rulings suggest future legal risks for current approaches to mitigating #algorithmicbias. @alicexiang and @DanHo1 discuss these risks (and avoiding them) as part of the @UChiLRev series #AffirmativeAction at a Crossroads. Learn more here → https://t.co/WxmKWszmlp
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From Affirmative Action to Affirmative Algorithms: The Legal Challenges Threatening Progress on Algorithmic Fairness

From Affirmative Action to Affirmative Algorithms: The Legal Challenges Threatening Progress on Algorithmic Fairness

The trajectory of Supreme Court rulings suggests a future where policies that account for race will be deemed inherently discriminatory. Technologists must take note, and should urgently ...

Affirmative Algorithms: The Legal Grounds for Fairness as Awareness

Affirmative Algorithms: The Legal Grounds for Fairness as Awareness

Daniel E. Ho and Alice Xiang examine whether and how universities might harness machine learning to effect affirmative action.

Affirmative Action: The Uniquely American Experiment

Affirmative Action: The Uniquely American Experiment

In “The Affirmative Action Puzzle,” Melvin I. Urofsky looks at over a century of efforts to combat racial injustice in America.

The Changing Meaning of Affirmative Action

The Changing Meaning of Affirmative Action

The past and the future of a long-embattled policy.

To Prevent Algorithmic Bias, Legal and Technical Definitions around Algorithmic Fairness Must Align

To Prevent Algorithmic Bias, Legal and Technical Definitions around Algorithmic Fairness Must Align

PAI research highlights a divergence between legal and machine learning terminology related to fairness and bias. These two communities must collaborate and align in order to effectively ...

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YALE UNIVERSITY NON-TENURED, TENURE-TRACK FACULTY OPENING The Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science at Yale University invites...

Are AI and Big Data the Economic Levelers We’ve Been Looking for?

Are AI and Big Data the Economic Levelers We’ve Been Looking for?

For all of the “isms” supposedly being felled by enlightened Americans, the U.S. economy remains stunningly unfair. Take racism. On one hand, interracial marriages have grown fivefold in ...

Knowledge Graphs and Natural Language Processing

Knowledge Graphs and Natural Language Processing

Description Prof. Chris Manning and Prof. Jure Leskovec are inviting applications for a research position of Postdoctoral Scholar on a joint project about knowledge graphs and natural ...

Health Policy More talk than action: gender and ethnic diversity in leading public health universities

Health Policy More talk than action: gender and ethnic diversity in leading public health universities

Improving the career progression of women and ethnic minorities in public health universities has been a longstanding challenge, which we believe migh…

The Supreme Court Justice Who Forever Changed Affirmative Action

The Supreme Court Justice Who Forever Changed Affirmative Action

Justice Lewis Powell’s ruling in the 1978 case Regents v. Bakke buoyed affirmative action—but in the process, it transformed how colleges think about race and equality in admissions.