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A non-personal data framework is emerging out of the Indian Data Protection Bill, what are its definitions, rationale and underlying assumptions?
Can transparency bring accountability to public-sector algorithmic decision-making (ADM) systems?
Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day 2020 with six women computer scientists.
When the direction of travel is towards more extensive use of biometrics and surveillance, do we need more or less oversight?
New forms of technology are coming. How do we ensure they’re deployed in a way that conforms to equality regulation?
What can we learn about successful approaches to COVID-19 technologies from the devolved nations of the UK?
Will the long-awaited contract tracing app deliver on its promises for 2020 and beyond?
Data can help tackle the world’s biggest challenges, if we ask the right questions about governance and apply principles for stewardship.
To better understand the limits of public trust in data-driven systems, we must acknowledge the role structural inequalities play in shaping trust
The failure of the A-level algorithm highlights the need for a more transparent, accountable and inclusive process in the deployment of algorithms.
A ten-point checklist for the Test and Trace team working on contact tracing app 2.0, based on the findings of rapid online public deliberation.
The appeal of R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales shows that, when it comes to facial recognition technology, the status quo cannot continue.