Automated Decision-Making Fairness in an AI-driven World: Public Perceptions, Hopes and Concerns

T.B. Araujo, C.H. de Vreese, N. Helberger, S. Kruikemeier, J.C.M. van Weert, N. Bol, Daniel Oberski, Mykola Pechenizkiy, Gabi Schaap, Linnet Taylor

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Ongoing advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly part of scientific efforts as well as the public debate and the media agenda, raising hopes and concerns about the impact of automated decision making across different sectors of our society. This topic is receiving increasing attention at both national and cross- national levels.

The present report contributes to informing this public debate, providing the results of a survey with 958 participants recruited from high-quality sample of the Dutch population. It provides an overview of public knowledge, perceptions, hopes and concerns about the adoption of AI and ADM across different societal sectors in the Netherlands.

This report is part of a research collaboration between the Universities of Amsterdam, Tilburg, Radboud, Utrecht and Eindhoven (TU/e) on automated decision making, and forms input to the groups’ research on fairness in automated decision making.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAmsterdam: Digital Communication Methods Lab
Publication statusPublished - 25 Sept 2018


  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Concern
  • Opportunities


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