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Almost politically acceptable criminal justice risk assessment

Richard A. Berk Ayya A. Elzarka

Criminology & Public Policy (2020)

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Copy Citation: | Richard A. Berk and Ayya A. Elzarka. "Almost politically acceptable criminal justice risk assessment." Criminology & Public Policy 19, 4 (2020): 1231-1257. . Richard A. Berk, and Ayya A. Elzarka, Almost politically acceptable criminal justice risk assessment, 19 Criminology & Public Policy 1231-1257 (2020).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Criminal justice; risk forecasting; bias; Risk assessment; racial bias; AI; algorithm; Machine learning

Using Machine Learning to Improve the U.S. Government

Cary Coglianese

The Regulatory Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Cary Coglianese, "Using Machine Learning to Improve the U.S. Government," The Regulatory Review, 12 August, 2019, Cary Coglianese, Using Machine Learning to Improve the U.S. Government, The Regulatory Review, 12 August, 2019, .

Topics: Technology

Keywords: Administrative law; administrative procedure; Algorithms; Artificial intelligence; Deep learning; Machine learning

Deploying Machine Learning for a Sustainable Future

Cary Coglianese

A Better Planet: Forty Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Cary Coglianese. "Deploying Machine Learning for a Sustainable Future." In A Better Planet: Forty Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future, edited by Daniel C. Esty, 200. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019. Cary Coglianese, Deploying Machine Learning for a Sustainable Future, in A Better Planet: Forty Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future, 200 (Daniel C. Esty eds., 2019).

Topics: Environment; Technology

Keywords: Environmental law; Sustainability; Machine learning; Artificial intelligence; Algorithmic decision making; Climate change

Transparency and Algorithmic Governance

Cary Coglianese David Lehr

Administrative Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | Cary Coglianese and David Lehr. "Transparency and Algorithmic Governance." Administrative Law Review 71, 1 (2019): 1. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3293008. Cary Coglianese, and David Lehr, Transparency and Algorithmic Governance, 71 Administrative Law Review 1 (2019).

Topics: Technology

Keywords: Machine learning; Data; Data collectoin; Algorithms; Administrative law; Regulation

Fairness in Criminal Justice Risk Assessments: The State of the Art

Richard A. Berk Hoda Heidari Shahin Jabbari Michael Kearns Aaron Roth

Sociological Methods and Research (2018)

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Copy Citation: | Richard A. Berk, Hoda Heidari, Shahin Jabbari, Michael Kearns, and Aaron Roth. "Fairness in Criminal Justice Risk Assessments: The State of the Art." Sociological Methods and Research , (2018): . . Richard A. Berk, Hoda Heidari, Shahin Jabbari, Michael Kearns, and Aaron Roth, Fairness in Criminal Justice Risk Assessments: The State of the Art, Sociological Methods and Research (2018).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Risk assessment; Machine learning; Fairness; Criminal justice; Discrimination

Adjudicating by Algorithm, Regulating by Robot

Cary Coglianese David Lehr

The Regulatory Review (2017)

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Copy Citation: | Cary Coglianese and David Lehr, "Adjudicating by Algorithm, Regulating by Robot," The Regulatory Review, 22 May, 2017, Cary Coglianese, and David Lehr, Adjudicating by Algorithm, Regulating by Robot, The Regulatory Review, 22 May, 2017, .

Topics: Process

Keywords: Administrative law; Artificial intelligence; Machine learning; Rulemaking

Playing with the Data: What Legal Scholars Should Learn About Machine Learning

David Lehr Paul Ohm

UC Davis Law Review (2017)

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Copy Citation: | David Lehr and Paul Ohm. "Playing with the Data: What Legal Scholars Should Learn About Machine Learning." UC Davis Law Review 51, 2 (2017): 653. . David Lehr, and Paul Ohm, Playing with the Data: What Legal Scholars Should Learn About Machine Learning, 51 UC Davis Law Review 653 (2017).

Topics: Technology

Keywords: Machine learning; Data; Data collectoin; Algorithms

Improving the Administrative State with Machine Learning

Cary Coglianese David Lehr

Administrative and Regulatory Law News (2017)

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Copy Citation: | Cary Coglianese and David Lehr. "Improving the Administrative State with Machine Learning." Administrative and Regulatory Law News 42, (2017): 7. . Cary Coglianese, and David Lehr, Improving the Administrative State with Machine Learning, 42 Administrative and Regulatory Law News 7 (2017).

Topics: Process; Technology

Keywords: Machine learning; Risk assessments; Arraignment

An Impact Assessment of Machine Learning Risk Forecasts on Parole Board Decisions and Recidivism

Richard A. Berk

Journal of Experimental Criminology (2017)

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Copy Citation: | and Richard A. Berk. "An Impact Assessment of Machine Learning Risk Forecasts on Parole Board Decisions and Recidivism." Journal of Experimental Criminology 13, 2 (2017): 193. . Richard A. Berk, An Impact Assessment of Machine Learning Risk Forecasts on Parole Board Decisions and Recidivism, 13 Journal of Experimental Criminology 193 (2017).

Topics: Technology; Law

Keywords: Machine learning; Parole and probation; Risk assessments; Recidivism

Forecasting Domestic Violence: A Machine Learning Approach to Help Inform Arraignment Decisions

Richard A. Berk Susan B. Sorenson Geoffrey Barnes

Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (2016)

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Copy Citation: | Richard A. Berk, Susan B. Sorenson, and Geoffrey Barnes. "Forecasting Domestic Violence: A Machine Learning Approach to Help Inform Arraignment Decisions." Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 13, 1 (2016): 94. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2729557. Richard A. Berk, Susan B. Sorenson, and Geoffrey Barnes, Forecasting Domestic Violence: A Machine Learning Approach to Help Inform Arraignment Decisions, 13 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 94 (2016).

Topics: Process; Law

Keywords: Machine learning; Risk assessments; Arraignment

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