Public Administration and Computational Transparency in Algorithms - PACTA

The overall aim of PACTA is to contribute new, research-based knowledge about how algorithmic decision making can be implemented in public administration without undermining the legality of administrative decision-making processes or losing public trust in the authorities that use this technology.

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Researchers

Internal researchers

Name Title Image
Hildebrandt, Thomas Troels Professor Billede af Hildebrandt, Thomas Troels
Olsen, Henrik Palmer Associate Dean for Research Billede af Olsen, Henrik Palmer
Slosser, Jacob Livingston Postdoc Billede af Slosser, Jacob Livingston
Wiesener, Cornelius Postdoc Billede af Wiesener, Cornelius

External researchers

Funding

Independent Research Fund Denmark logo
PACTA -  Public Administration and Computational Transparency in Algorithms has received a three year funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark

The project is a collaboration between principal investigator Professor Henrik Palmer Olsen of iCourts and Thomas Troels Hildebrandt of the Department of Computer Science.

Project: PACTA -  Public Administration and Computational Transparency in Algorithms
(Grant number: 8091-00025B)

Period: 01-01-2019 – 31-12-2022

Contact

Henrik Palmer Olsen

PI Professor
Henrik Palmer Olsen


South Campus, Building: 6A.2.14
DK 2300 Copenhagen S
Phone: +45 35 32 32 19
Mail: henrik.palmer.olsen@jur.ku.dk

Jacob Livingston Slosser

Postdoctoral Researcher Jacob Livingston Slosser

South Campus, Building: 6B.4.49
DK 2300 Copenhagen S
Phone: +45 35 32 63 90
Mail: jacob.slosser@jur.ku.dk