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Report on Automated Decision Tools Calls for Curbs and Collaboration

by Cameron Sinclair •
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Less than a year after the Robodebt Royal Commission recommended changes to the legislation governing automated decision-making tools (ADMs), the NSW Ombudsman has identified 275 ADMs currently in use by state agencies, triggering fresh calls for mandatory reporting and a debate on AI regulatory frameworks.

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