Human Decision Making with Machine Assistance: An Experiment on Bailing and Jailing

Nina Grgić-Hlača
Nina Grgić-Hlača
Christoph Engel
Christoph Engel

Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 178-25, 2019.

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Abstract:

Much of political debate focuses on the concern that machines might take over. Yet in many domains it is much more plausible that the ultimate choice and responsibility remain with a human decision-maker, but that she is provided with machine advice. A quintessential illustration is the decision of a judge to bail or jail a defendant. In ...More

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