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The Digital Transformation of Decision-Making

Digital Transformation of Decision-Making is a new research initiative of the Amsterdam Law School on the normative implications of the shift toward automated decision-making.
New initiative
We are looking particularly at questions related to AI and public values, data governance and online platforms. The initiative is led by Prof. dr. Natali Helberger, Prof. dr. Joris van Hoboken and Prof. dr. Mireille van Eechoud, who are based at the Institute for Information Law. It is part of the legal research agenda on Digital Legal Studies in the Netherlands.

Project description

'The Digital Transformation of Decision-Making' is a new research initiative of the Amsterdam Law School on the normative implications of the shift toward automated decision-making.

Meet the people

The research project 'The Digital Transformation of Decision-Making' is led by Prof. dr. Natali Helberger, Prof. dr. Joris van Hoboken and Prof. dr. Mireille van Eechoud.

Vacancies and getting involved

Make sure you take a look at the PhD positions at the University of Amsterdam and read more about how to get involved.