Publié le 6 juillet 2018
Big data technology promises to improve people’s lives, accelerate scientific discovery and innov- ation, and bring about positive societal change. Yet, if not used responsibly, large-scale data analysis and data-driven algorithmic decision-making can increase economic inequality, affirm systemic bias, and even destabilize global markets.
While the potential benefits of data analysis techniques are well accepted, the importance of using them responsibly – that is, in accordance with ethical and moral norms, and with legal and policy considerations – is not yet part of the mainstream research agenda in computer science.
Dagstuhl Seminar “Data, Responsibly” brought together academic and industry researchers from several areas of computer science, including a broad representation of data management, but also data mining, security/privacy, and computer networks, as well as social sciences researchers, data journalists, and those active in government think-tanks and policy initiatives. The goals of the seminar were to assess the state of data analysis in terms of fairness, transparency and diversity, identify new research challenges, and derive an agenda for computer science research and education efforts in responsible data analysis and use. While the topic of the seminar is transdisciplinary in nature, an important goal of the seminar was to identify opportunities for high-impact contributions to this important emergent area specifically from the data management community.
CATÉGORIESBiais des données et des algorithmes Types de systèmes algorithmiques Biais éthiques et juridiques Biais techniques (Evaluation expérimentales, vérification de code, véracité des données, etc) Questions sociales, éthiques et juridiques Discrimination préjudiciable/illicite, discrimination souhaitée/légale Ethique Opacité, asymétrie informationnelle