For the third episode in a miniseries centered around a new Oxford University report on “Citizenship in a Networked Age,” Adam White explores democratic and algorithmic decisionmaking.

Can we draw a clear distinction between the two categories? How should we understand them in terms of efficiency, accuracy, dignity, and other values? He’s joined in this conversation by Cary Coglianese of the University of Pennsylvania, Maleka Momand of Esper, and Ari Schulman of The New Atlantis.

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