Our research explores public value in digitization and algorithmic governance facilitated by hybridization. We analyze the policies on algorithmic governance by focusing on the transnational co-creation of ethical codes and external assessments of AI. We also study algorithmic transparency and accountability in automated governance through the analytical lens of hybridity. 

We are part of BRIDPOL research consortium led by Jarmo Vakkuri, Tampere University. The purpose of BRIDPOL is to contribute to a novel theoretical-conceptual understanding of the links between policy-making, value creation, and hybridity, as well as to more systematically scrutinize the impacts of hybridity on the governance of algorithms, digital business platforms, and urban sustainability.