According to Karen Yeung, an algorithmic regulation refers to regulatory governance systems that utilize algorithmic decision-making. She offers a three-dimensional explanation, focusing on standard setting, information gathering & monitoring and enforcement & sanctioning.

Despite the algorithmic regulation’s potential, the public governance is lagging behind in utilitarian sense. Do you think that algorithmic tools should become more prominent in the policy-making?

If yes, which obstacles would you envision in this process, for instance respect to the European Convention for Human Rights (ECHR)?

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