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Writing, thinking and debating about how data and AI can be made to work for people and society

The Ada Lovelace Institute blog presents ideas, arguments, strategies and practical examples that challenge how we think about data-intensive technologies, foster debate around them and orient us towards a society in which the harm that data and AI can bring are prevented, and the benefits are justly and equitably distributed.

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