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How do the public expect the NHS, and third-party organisations to steward their data?
This year’s International Women’s Day theme ‘Each for Equal’ has particular resonance for black women who experience discrimination.
Jeremy Crampton, Professor of Urban Data Analysis at Newcastle University on the three principles that could underpin a more mindful approach to AI.
Reflections from round one of the Citizens' Biometric Council.
Dr Alison Powell, Director of the newly established JUST AI network, on the need for bravery and creativity for ethics in practice.
To mark the beginning of an independent review on the governance of biometric data, Ada hosted a debate on UK biometrics regulation.
Today the Ada Lovelace Institute launches Rethinking Data.
The use of NHS health data to develop new technologies raises important questions for people and society.
We've taken a look at the five largest political parties’ manifesto commitments relating to data, AI, innovation, law enforcement and human rights.
Facial recognition technology is a complex area, which means the risk of misunderstandings is high.
When it comes to the societal impacts of AI and data, we need to tackle complex problems that don’t necessarily have objective solutions.
Giles Herdale argues for urgent action on biometric technology to preserve the principle of policing by consent in a digital age.