Sandra Wachter
Sandra Wachter
Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford
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The ethics of algorithms: Mapping the debate
BD Mittelstadt, P Allo, M Taddeo, S Wachter, L Floridi
Big Data & Society 3 (2), 2053951716679679, 2016
8552016
Counterfactual Explanations without Opening the Black Box: Automated Decisions and the GDPR
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, C Russell
Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 31 (2), 2018
8012018
Why a right to explanation of automated decision-making does not exist in the general data protection regulation
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, L Floridi
International Data Privacy Law 7 (2), 76-99, 2017
5632017
Artificial intelligence and the ‘good society’: the US, EU, and UK approach
C Cath, S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, M Taddeo, L Floridi
Science and engineering ethics 24 (2), 505-528, 2018
2852018
Explaining explanations in AI
B Mittelstadt, C Russell, S Wachter
Proceedings of the conference on fairness, accountability, and transparency …, 2019
2742019
A Right to Reasonable Inferences: Re-thinking Data Protection Law in the Age of Big Data and AI
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt
Columbia Business Law Review, Vol 2019 No 2, https://journals.library …, 2018
2302018
Normative Challenges of Identification in the Internet of Things: Privacy, Profiling, Discrimination, and the GDPR
S Wachter
Computer Law & Security Review 34 (3), 436-449, 2017
1472017
Transparent, explainable, and accountable AI for robotics
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, L Floridi
Science Robotics 2 (6), 2017
1322017
Why a Right to Explanation of Automated Decision-Making Does Not Exist in the General Data Protection Regulation’(2017)
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, L Floridi
International Data Privacy Law 7, 76, 0
40
Affinity Profiling and Discrimination by Association in Online Behavioural Advertising
S Wachter
Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Vol. 35, No. 2, 2021, https://btlj.org/data …, 2019
352019
The GDPR and the Internet of Things: a three-step transparency model
S Wachter
Law, Innovation and Technology 10 (2), 266-294, 2018
312018
Why fairness cannot be automated: Bridging the gap between EU non-discrimination law and AI
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, C Russell
Computer Law & Security Review 41, 105567, 2021
262021
Data protection in the age of big data
S Wachter
Nature Electronics, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id …, 2019
242019
Artificial Intelligence and the ‘Good Society’: the US, EU, and UK approach
L FLORIDI, C CATH, B Mittelstadt, S WACHTER, M TADDEO
Science and Engineering Ethics. Springer, 1-24, 2017
172017
Privacy: Primus Inter Pares―Privacy as a Precondition for Self-Development, Personal Fulfilment and the Free Enjoyment of Fundamental Human Rights
S Wachter
IACAP 2016 proceedings, forthcoming, 2017
82017
GDPR and the internet of things: guidelines to protect users’ identity and privacy
S Wachter
Tillgänglig online: https://papers. ssrn. com/sol3/papers. cfm, 2018
72018
Ethical and normative challenges of identification in the Internet of Things
S Wachter
IET Digital Library, 2018
62018
Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles: Recommendations on road safety, privacy, fairness, explainability and responsibility
JF Bonnefon, D Černy, J Danaher, N Devillier, V Johansson, ...
EU Commission, 2020
52020
Bias preservation in machine learning: the legality of fairness metrics under EU non-discrimination law
S Wachter, B Mittelstadt, C Russell
West Virginia Law Review, Forthcoming, 2021
22021
Operationalizing Human-Centered Perspectives in Explainable AI
U Ehsan, P Wintersberger, QV Liao, M Mara, M Streit, S Wachter, ...
Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2021
12021
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