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Should we put machines we don’t understand in charge of public policy?

Should we put machines we don’t understand in charge of public policy?

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AI is increasingly being used to support public participation in policy. While they offer a lot, they could invisibly skew policy if used carelessly.

- 3rd post in preparation for my EWRC 2017 workshop on online communities and public participation in policy 

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