Paper highlights – The state algorithmic power session


The effects of the new ‘algorithmic power’ of States on citizens’ rights and the Rule of law
Every year the IFDAD’s Program Committee chooses the most interesting papers on the proposed topics to be presented at the conference.

  • Jérôme Duberry. Graduate Institute of International and development studies, Switzerland. Artificial intelligence, democracy, and the messiness of life
  • Vanja Skoric (Civic AI Lab University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), Giovanni Sileno and Sennay Ghebreab (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands). Legality, legitimacy, and instrumental possibility in human and computational governance for the public sector