SPARC North America's Claudio Aspesi, in an April [piece in the *Commonplace*](https://commonplace.knowledgefutures.org/pub/2765mnbs/):

> The core activities of senior academic administrators are threatened by algorithms that could effectively dictate how to increase research productivity, climb rankings, or raise graduation rates. If they aspire to shape the agenda of their institutions, rather than just manage them, academic leaders should take (or retake) control.

It's an [interesting argument](https://commonplace.knowledgefutures.org/pub/2765mnbs/): senior administrators, don't automate yourself out of existence.