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The Ryder Review: independent legal review of the governance of biometric data in England and Wales

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The Ada Lovelace Institute is an independent research institute, funded by the Nuffield Foundation

Our core belief is that the benefits of data and AI must be justly and equitably distributed, and must enhance individual and social wellbeing.

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How to work with us

Developing a positive vision for a world in which data and AI work for people and society is an immense task, and not one we can achieve alone.

To achieve that change, we need to catalyse conversations around the ‘should’ questions, to engage and influence people from across industry, government, civil society and communities.

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