Transport policy needs to recognise the arrival of the age of algorithms and policy- makers must become algorithmically literate to deal with a range of challenges from machine-driven systems, Governments have been warned.
A new report by the International Transport Forum, presented last week at the global summit of transport ministers in Leipzig, Germany, points out that automated decision-making is becoming more and more prevalent.
Choices that used to be made by humans are instead...+80% more
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