by Maria Bianca Armiento
The following papers are about the relationship between artificial intelligence, administrations and regulators. Addressed issues involve lack of algorithmic transparency, possible uses in the administrative state (in adjudication, in rulemaking and in enforcement activities) and regulatory tools for artificial intelligence.
- K. J. Stranbdurg, Rulemaking and Inscrutable Automated Decision Tools, in Columbia Law Review, 2020.
- Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, A Common Law for the Age of Artificial Intelligence: Incremental Adjudication, Institutions, and Relational Non-Arbitrariness (February 2020)
- Cary Coglianese & Lavi Ben Dor, AI in Adjudication and Administration (February 2020)
- Emre Kazim & Adriano Koshiyama, No AI Regulator: An Analysis of Artificial Intelligence and Public Standards Report (UK Government) (February 2020)