On 3 May, LSTS Researcher Gianclaudio Malgieri participated at Silicon Flatirons where he presented his new paper on 'Automated Decision-Making in the EU Member States Laws: The Right to Explanation and Other 'Suitable Safeguards', receiving important feedback. The conference was also a good occasion to re-address the concept of AI legibility, explored in a previous paper of his. LSTS Professor Mireille Hildebrandt gave a fire-start to the opening panel on 'What Problem is AI Explainability Supposed to Solve?'.
The event, co-organised by Margot Kaminski and Harry Surden at Colorado Law School (Boulder, Colorado, US) aimed to address the challenge of the right to explanation and automated decision-making in US and abroad.
Invited guests were (amongst others): Andrew Selbst, Joshua Kroll, Meg Leta Jones, Deirdre Mulligan, Nicholson Price, Brent Mittelstadt, Michale Veale, Frederik Borgesius, Paulina Kim.
If you wish to watch the event, you can do so on the Colorado Law School Youtube channel.