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Real-Time Data-driven Technologies: Transparency and Fairness of Automated Decision-Making Processes Governed by Intricate Algorithms

Real-Time Data-driven Technologies: Transparency and Fairness of Automated Decision-Making... Employing recent research results covering real-time data-driven technologies, and building our argument by drawing on data collected from Pew Research Center, we performed analyses and made estimates regarding % of Facebook users who say they think users have no/a little/a lot of control over the content that appears in their newsfeed and % of social media users who say it is acceptable for social media sites to use data about them and their online activities to recommend events in their area/recommend someone they might want to know/show them ads for products and services/show them messages from political campaigns (by age group). Structural equation modeling was used to analyze the collected data. Keywords: data-driven technology; automated decision-making process; intricate algorithm http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice Addleton Academic Publishers

Real-Time Data-driven Technologies: Transparency and Fairness of Automated Decision-Making Processes Governed by Intricate Algorithms

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Publisher
Addleton Academic Publishers
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© 2009 Addleton Academic Publishers
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1948-9137
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2162-2752
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Abstract

Employing recent research results covering real-time data-driven technologies, and building our argument by drawing on data collected from Pew Research Center, we performed analyses and made estimates regarding % of Facebook users who say they think users have no/a little/a lot of control over the content that appears in their newsfeed and % of social media users who say it is acceptable for social media sites to use data about them and their online activities to recommend events in their area/recommend someone they might want to know/show them ads for products and services/show them messages from political campaigns (by age group). Structural equation modeling was used to analyze the collected data. Keywords: data-driven technology; automated decision-making process; intricate algorithm

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Contemporary Readings in Law and Social JusticeAddleton Academic Publishers

Published: Jan 1, 2019

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