Are our rights being unknowingly violated by AI and algorithms? ACLU wants to find out.

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Algorithms and artificial intelligence are embedded in daily life, from social media platforms deciding what posts to show us to the type of preventative care we may receive based on our health histories. But what happens when crucial government functions are turned over to algorithms without oversight? “Algorithms absolutely need to subject to public scrutiny,” said Dillon Reisman, an attorney at the New Jersey chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, which is launching an investigation into how New Jersey state government uses automated decision-making tools. Dubbed the Automated Injus…

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