Half of UK adults don’t trust computer algorithms
BCS found that as few as 7% of respondents trusted algorithms to be used by the education sector
More than half (53%) of UK adults don’t trust computer algorithms to make decisions on issues ranging from welfare to education, according to a survey conducted by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.
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