Justice in the Age of Algorithms

Our modern digital world provides vast opportunities for connection and convenience, alongside signi cant risks to privacy and justice. What is the worth and dignity of every person when decisions are increasingly made by opaque aggregated data and algorithms? How do we work for justice in this context?
As a computer scientist and professor who works on K–12 computing education at the national level, Kathi Fisler o en nds herself re ecting on what everyone needs to under- stand about living in our digital world. She looks forward to sharing a UU perspective on these questions.