What others are doing
Interesting articles, initiatives, policies that are informing our thinking around ADM.
- The Algorithm Charter for Aotearoa is a commitment by government agencies to carefully manage how algorithms are used. Of particular interest to us is how the government promotes it and encourages and monitors how it is applied.
- New Zealand Principles for safe and effective use of data and analytics were developed for government agencies by the Privacy Commissioner and Chief Government Data Steward.
- Ngā Tikanga Paihere is a framework and tool that guides safe, responsible, and culturally appropriate use of data.
- The Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Policy looks at how Indigenous Peoples around the world are demanding greater data sovereignty. It challenges the ways governments have historically used Indigenous data to develop policies and programmes.
- The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation in the UK was set up to scan for opportunities and risks arising from the use of artificial intelligence, and to identify gaps in the national response. They're a similar body to the Digital Council. We’ve been keeping in touch with them over their experiences of being an advisory body, their approach to providing an advisory function, and the issues in AI they’re grappling with.
- The AI Barometer was published by the CDEI in the UK. It analyses the most pressing opportunities, risks, and governance challenges associated with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and using data.
- Addressing trust in public sector data use is another report by the CDEI in the UK.
- The Canadian Directive on Automated Decision Making took effect on 1 April 2019. The Canadian Government has been sharing with us their lessons around how it was developed and is being implemented.
- The OECD principles of responsible use of AI. These promote artificial intelligence (AI) that is innovative and trustworthy and that respects human rights and democratic values.