This recorded webinar was originally captured during the 2021 Government Solicitors Conference
Artificial intelligence is now part of daily life. Algorithmic decision making has attractions in making decision-making more objective, consistent, and efficient. At the same time, it gives rise to concerns about bias and discrimination or misplaced or plainly wrong decisions. The difficulty lies in how to scrutinise the decision. In this panel discussion, experts consider robodebt outcomes, the use of AI in disability decisions and how the use of AI can be appropriately balanced with human rights considerations.
|Recorded on 07 September|
|Professor Jeannie Marie Paterson, Professor of Law and Co-Director for the Centre for AI and Digital Ethics, The University of Melbourne|
Dr Ben Gauntlett, Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission
Professor Edward Santow, UTS, Former Australian Human Rights Commissioner
Rowan McRae, Executive Director, Civil Justice, Access and Equity, Victoria Legal Aid
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