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Automated Decision Making in the Public Sector

by Jeremy Blowes •
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As the public sector’s use of artificial intelligence grows, ethical and legal frameworks remain in catch-up mode.

Over the past two years, there has been significant examination both in Australia and internationally on the potential impact of Automated Decision-Making (ADM) on service delivery and other aspects of government administration.


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