The Central Digital and Data Office has developed the Algorithmic Transparency Standard to help public sector bodies in the UK share information on their use of algorithmic tools with the general public.
Natalia Domagala, Head of Data Ethics - CDDO
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We’ve recently published an updated version of the Data Ethics Framework. In this post, you can find out what we’ve changed and how the Framework should be used in data projects
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