Exploring the use and ethics of recommendation systems in public service media
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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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From the Ada blog
Reading Ada Lovelace’s legacy through the lenses of craft, art, society and culture.
Changing the culture on AI-driven harms through Stanford University’s Ethics and Society Review
Ada’s Director Carly Kind reflects on the last year and looks ahead to 2023
- AI and data ethics
- AI policy
- Algorithm impact assessment
- Biometric technologies
- Biometrics regulation
- Contact tracing
- Data governance
- Data regulation
- Digital vaccine passports
- Enabling a responsible AI ecosystem
- Ethics and accountability in practice
- Facial recognition technology
- Health data
- Health data and COVID-19 tech
- Health technology
- JUST AI
- Public attitudes
- Public-sector use of data & algorithms
- Recommendation systems
- The future of regulation
Can an individualised data technology work in a public health context?
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.
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Upcoming and recent events
Ethical review processes for AI and data science research
Rethinking data and rebalancing power: building a digital ecosystem that works for people and society
This virtual event aims to catalyse discussion by convening organisations to share their reflections on building a more positive future for data.
David G. Robinson in conversation with Professor Shannon Vallor