Justitia ex Machina: The Case for Automating Morals
Machine learning models are ubiquitous in our lives, and it is important to understand how they perform in the light of being fair, transparent, and just in their decision-making processes.
Machine learning models are becoming ubiquitous. Are they fair? Are they biased? Do we understand why they make the decisions they make? These are crucial questions to ask if machine learning models play important parts in our lives and our societies. The article explores how this contrasts to humans, who are the decision-makers machine learning models are assisting or outright replacing.