Digital Decisions Tool

Two years ago, the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) in Washington, D.C started a project called “digital decisions” to investigate “the use of algorithms, machine learning, big data, and automation to make decisions that impact individuals and shape society”. The engineers and product managers who design these systems are the first line of defense against unfair, … Continue Reading »

Affordable Living in Germany

The “Berliner Morgenpost” created an interesting visualisation of rental prices in German cities, highlighting areas where monthly rent exceeds 33 percent of the average income. The visualization analyzes 1,375 postcodes in 79 cities and reveals that rent prices in one tenth of all postal areas exceeds 33 percent of average income, which is considered prohibitively expensive. … Continue Reading »