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To Build Transparent Algorithms, Focus on the Why

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As governments around the world use more algorithms and AI to create and influence policy, how can government agencies ensure algorithmic transparency and accountability?

In this episode, we’ll learn what France has done to increase algorithmic transparency using citizen input while raising awareness about the use of algorithms.

  • Guest: Soizic Penicaud, independent researcher and consultant working on digital rights issues, former Head of Capacity and Community Building at Etalab
  • Co-Host: Ania Calderon, Managing Director, Data and Society
  • Host: Stephanie Bluma, Chief Communications and Campaigns Officer, OGP

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