I think that the algorithms can be biased, harmful, and even deadly

From Pioneering computer scientist calls for National Algorithm Safety Board | Techworld

Renowned computer scientist Ben Shneiderman has a plan on how to ensure algorithmic accountability. The University of Maryland professor and founder of its Human-Computer Interaction Lab outlined his strategy at the 2017 Turing Lecture on Tuesday.”What I’m proposing is a National Algorithm Safety Board,” Shneiderman told the audience in London’s British Library.The board would provide three forms of independent oversight: planning, continuous monitoring, and retrospective analysis. Combined they provide a basis to ensure the correct system is selected then supervised and lessons can be learnt to make better algorithms in future.