1: Karen Yeung and Martin Lodge: Algorithmic Regulation: An Introduction Part I: Normative concerns 2: Karen Yeung: Why worry about decision-making by machine? 3: Teresa Scantamburlo, Andrew Charlesworth and Nello Cristianini: Machine decisions and human consequences 4: Natalia Criado and Jose M Such: Digital discrimination 5: John Danaher: The ethics of algorithmic outsourcing in everyday life Part II: Public sector applications 6: Michael Veale and Irina Brass: Administration by Algorithm? Public Management meets Public Sector Machine Learning 7: Alex Griffiths: The Practical Challenges of Implementing Algorithmic Regulation for Public Services 8: Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken: Reflecting on Public Service Regulation by Algorithm Part III: Governing algorithmic systems 9: Leighton Andrews: Algorithms, regulation and governance readiness 10: Jason D Lohr, Winston J Maxwell and Peter Watts: Legal practitioners' approach to regulating AI risks 11: Lee A Bygrave: Minding the machine v2.0: The EU General Data Protection Regulation and Automated Decision Making
Karen Yeung is Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics at Birmingham Law School & School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham. She is also Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Melbourne Law School. Martin Lodge is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Director of the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (carr) at the London School of Economics and Political Science.