GOV.UK launches Algorithmic Transparency Recording Standard Hub

09/01/2023 | UK Government

To help public sector organisations provide clear information about the algorithmic tools they're using and why, the Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) and the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) have launched the Algorithmic Transparency Recording Standard Hub. The hub consists of three elements, the Algorithmic Transparency Recording Standard, guidance on its use and published algorithmic transparency reports. In a statement, the CDDO and CDEI said, "Algorithmic transparency means being open about how algorithmic tools support decisions. This includes providing information on algorithmic tools and algorithm-assisted decisions in a complete, open, understandable, easily-accessible, and free format."

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