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Justice and automated match officiating

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Sports decision aids such as Hawk-Eye appear to be able to make clear judgements beyond the capability of any human umpire. This is often an illusion. The business of the introduction of technological aids for match officiating will be examined from first principles and it will be argued that justice can only be served if such aids always operate with a zone of uncertainty. Information about the technical capacity of a variety of such aids will be provided.

This talk is part of the Departmental Seminars in History and Philosophy of Science series.

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