An evidence review and expert deliberation chaired by Professor Sir Jonathan Montgomery
Research to examine the interaction between data-driven systems and health and social inequalities, in the wake of COVID-19
The Ada Lovelace Institute is an independent research institute and deliberative body, 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.
From the Ada blog
Wicked problems in the use of data-driven systems
7 steps for Government to clarify whether vaccine passports should have a place in society
Is the goal of antitrust enforcement a competitive digital economy or a different digital ecosystem?
Antitrust ferment and opportunity in digital markets
Four policy-facing reports, three citizens’ juries, two expert working groups and a global pandemic
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.
Upcoming and recent events
CRAFT session at the 2021 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency
Launch of a joint publication with the AI Council exploring legal mechanisms that could help facilitate responsible data stewardship.
An evening salon and reading of specially commissioned pieces of fiction on AI futures.