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Professors Clive Bowman and Peter Grindrod CBE on why we need a legal distinction between random and non-random biometrics.
Dr Daragh Murray explains how use of live facial recognition technology by the Metropolitan Police Service fails to comply with human rights law.
What is the next digital revolution and how can the UK further embrace it to remain a world-leading digital economy?
Proposing a way forward for regulators, policymakers and industry in the UK based on emerging public attitudes research.
Tim Gardam's speech to the British Computer Society on the history of data ethics and the importance of the Ada Lovelace Institute.
The importance of public legitimacy was illustrated by a series of public, highly controversial events that took place in 2018.
Dr Steven Cave's speech from an Ada Lovelace Institute event held at the Nuffield Foundation on 4 December 2018.
In our 2018 prospectus, we set out the context, agenda and ways of working of the Ada Lovelace Institute.
Our Executive Chair, Sir Alan Wilson, introduces the Ada Lovelace Institute.
To help us to better understand data, including its uses and ethical implications, various analogies are used.
What impact is the debate on data and AI ethics having on independent public research?
Do we need an implicit social contract between those developing and designing the tech and those who may be affected by it?