Stay tuned for my forthcoming primer on Data-Driven Decision-Making.
The Primer for the Perplexed emerging data-driven systems for people without any technical, mathematical, or statistical background. This includes the technology, law, policy, and ethical landscape of technologies that collect and use data to automate systems, analyze trends, profile humans, create credentials, and generate "evidence" for policymakers.
The References for the Concerned and Curious is an obsessively and idiosyncratically curated collection of books, articles, and videos ranging across sectors and issues.
The Data-Tech-Society Reading List and BD, AI & 'Bots Seminar Syllabus offer more guided trajectories through the relevant issues. The Reading List builds on the Technology & Society Reading Group I led at Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy and the resources I'm collecting as the host of an upcoming conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Law in April 2018. I created the syllabus for the seminar on Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Robots and the Law (and lack thereof) I taught at Seton Hall University's School of Law in Fall 2017.