Fostering an informed public dialogue
Ensuring that the UK public are equipped to take part in democratic decision making, and that public voices are heard in policy and technology.
We will foster an informed public dialogue involving a diverse array of academic experts, policymakers, civil society and the general public about what kinds of societies we want to build as data and AI advance. The outcome of our work will be that:
- experts engage across disciplines and forge new collaborations to increase understanding of the challenges posed by new technologies to rights and values
- short- and long-term technical, legal and policy solutions to the problems posed by new technologies are conceptualised, trialled, evaluated and iterated.
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Impact case studies
Beyond face value: public attitudes to facial recognition technology
First survey of public opinion on the use of facial recognition technology reveals the majority of people in the UK want restrictions on its use.
No green lights, no red lines
Taking relevant insights from three Ada Lovelace Institute public deliberation projects.