Algorithms are instructions used for solving a problem of complex task. Artificial intelligence (AI) and other algorithm-based products seek to alleviate the "work" required to perform a task. Examples include GPS mapping, predictive modeling (e.g., online searching, recommendation, and presentation), "self-driving" vehicles, robotics and sensors (e.g., breathalyzer). Algorithmic decisions may embody bias and can erroneously create serious consequences.


Attorney Driscoll possesses the rare combination of professional and educational expertise (legal, engineering, and algorithmic) to create, analyze, defend and challenge algorithm-based tools. The consequences for reliance on algorithms, without evaluating the formulas or the underlying data, are very real.






Algorithms are instructions used for solving a problem of complex task. Artificial intelligence (AI) and other algorithm-based products seek to alleviate the "work" required to perform a task. Examples include GPS mapping, predictive modeling (e.g., online searching, recommendation, and presentation), "self-driving" vehicles, robotics and sensors (e.g., breathalyzer). Algorithmic decisions may embody bias and can erroneously create serious consequences.


Attorney Driscoll possesses the rare combination of professional and educational expertise (legal, engineering, and algorithmic) to create, analyze, defend and challenge algorithm-based tools. The consequences for reliance on algorithms, without evaluating the formulas or the underlying data, are very real.