This chapter investigates the potential discriminatory outcome of algorithmic decision-making and the effectiveness and suitability of the current legal framework in preventing and sanctioning discrimination perpetrated through algorithms. This matter has caught the attention of legal scholars for some time now. However, we would like to go a step further and build a research agenda by drawing on the concrete implications and issues that stem from the abovementioned cases, which happen to be the first court decisions on this matter. We believe that adopting a practical approach by analysing how the two courts use the existing legal sources could reframe the debate and call attention to this matter’s most problematic aspects.

Algorithmic discrimination, the role of GPS, and the limited scope of EU non-discrimination law

Gramano, Elena;
2022-01-01

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This chapter investigates the potential discriminatory outcome of algorithmic decision-making and the effectiveness and suitability of the current legal framework in preventing and sanctioning discrimination perpetrated through algorithms. This matter has caught the attention of legal scholars for some time now. However, we would like to go a step further and build a research agenda by drawing on the concrete implications and issues that stem from the abovementioned cases, which happen to be the first court decisions on this matter. We believe that adopting a practical approach by analysing how the two courts use the existing legal sources could reframe the debate and call attention to this matter’s most problematic aspects.
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De Stefano, Valerio; Durri, Ilda; Stylogiannis, Charalampos
A research agenda for the gig economy and society
Gramano, Elena; Kullmann, Miriam
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