“It’s a good one to start with because it’s very well-written and super accessible. This is a great book with a memorable title. It’s very comprehensive and she has excellent examples—about getting insurance or jobs, how we evaluate people at work and in civic life. The book also has a lot of authority, because the author is a mathematician arguing that maths is not neutral, and that values are always baked into different algorithms.” Read more...
The best books on Digital Ethics