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NSW Information Commissioner Elizabeth Tydd, Victorian Information Commissioner Sven Bluemmel and Senior Research Fellow, University of Cambridge Dr Jat Singh discuss the right to access information and the use of algorithms in government decision-making.
Celebrating Right to Know 2020 with a timely discussion on the right to access information and the use of algorithms in government decision-making.
The increasing adoption of technology across society, including in government, requires the preservation, assurance and assertion of information access rights.
Our special guests:
- NSW Information Commissioner – Elizabeth Tydd
- Victorian Information Commissioner – Sven Bluemmel
- Senior Research Fellow, University of Cambridge – Dr Jat Singh
This interactive forum was facilitated by Susan Bennett, Founder of InfoGovANZ and covers:
- Case examples challenging algorithmic transparency in government decision-making
- How does automated decision-making technology work?
- The right to access information held in a government record and how that right may also apply to information held by contractors providing services to the public
- Why there is a need for greater focus on fundamental principles of good governance in the design and use of algorithms
- What the future legal frameworks for the public sector will need to encompass for the use of algorithms
- What should government licensing and contracts include in the provision of government services and decision making to meet right to access obligations
This webinar recording is available for download or you can stream it online as soon as your order is placed.