We help ordinary people to cope with, understand, and challenge automated scoring systems.

Credit scoring, search engine rankings, performance ratings, and pre-trial risk assessments: automated scoring systems play an increasingly important role in ordering our lives. Problems arise when people are misrepresented and – in the worst case – stigmatized by these opaque and hard-to-challenge judgments.

The Digital Due Process Clinic provides high-quality, pro bono services to those affected by these systems. Based at Cornell University, the clinic brings together a multidisciplinary team of students who work on real-world problems under the supervision of experienced faculty.

Due Process in the Age of Computation

How to ensure fair representation when legal recourse is limited or not practical?

Information for Students

Interested in joining us? Applications are now open to Cornell undergraduates for the 2020 spring semester.

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