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Join us for an informative seminar on Automated Decision Making brought to you in collaboration with the Digital Law Association.
What is automated decision making? What happens when an AI makes a decision that affects your legal rights and/or leaves you with a liability?
This seminar will provide an overview of automated decision making and using examples, will examine what information is being used to make the decisions and how it is sourced, issues around transparency and accountability and what rights of appeal (or access to remedies) an individual has when subject to an automated decision.
In analysing the above, we will also examine the following questions: What rights do individuals have when their personal information is used in automated decision-making? Is informing an individual that their information will be used in automated decision-making sufficient? Should individuals have direct rights of action to enforce privacy obligations e.g. under the Privacy Act?
One key case study we will be looking at is the Robodebt class action (Prygodicz v Commonwealth of Australia (No 2)  FCA 634).
This seminar is in partnership with the Digital Law Association:
Date & Time:
Friday 25 March 2022
9.00am – 10.00am
At Your Desk
Delivered Live Online
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Date & Time:
Fri, 25 March 2022 9.00am - 10.00am
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