Automated decision-making has come to stay. Is GDPR geared towards protecting the rights of the individual from the negative consequences as decision-making algorithms are adopted on a large scale? I argue that the answer is no.
With the growth of AI, automated decision-making will likely play an increasingly larger role in our everyday lives. It involves implications, as well as benefits. It is also regulated by the GDPR.
GDPR compliance can seem like an overwhelming task, to begin with. This is a comprehensible and detailed guide on how to get started. I go over the basic principles of GDPR, what GDPR compliance requires, and follow you through the fundamental steps.