Jake Goldenfein

Jake Goldenfein is a law and technology scholar at Melbourne Law School

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Jake is a Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society. Jake studies platform regulation, data governance, digital surveillance, and the governance of automated decision-making. His current work explores the ways law constructs the data economy, digital surveillance including facial recognition, and tools for governing automated decision-making like a ‘human in the loop’ and AI explanations.

Jake is presenting his paper as part of the Rights and Revolutions panel.

Join us on 16 and 17 November for our 54th Annual Academy Symposium — Between humans & machines: exploring the pasts and futures of automation — as we explore the possibilities and hazards of automation, and the complexities of human-machine relations.

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