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How data, bodies and experience entwine.
What should the Ada Lovelace Institute do to address systemic racial injustice?
The decision to delay the app’s launch is the right one.
Considering the question: ‘What would help build public confidence in the use of COVID-19 exit strategy technologies?’
Making visible the invisible: what public engagement uncovers about privilege and power in data systems
Lived experience insights at Citizens’ Biometrics Council and Community Voice workshops show technology can mediate power asymmetries and privilege.
In this long read, we highlight three issues that arise out of the European Commission’s data strategy.
As the building of technical capacity for immunity apps and deliberation about deployment progresses, we surface six issues policymakers must consider
In the workplace, technology has the potential to help us respond to the health pandemic – and causes concerns about data, privacy and power.
Using the principles of good deliberative practice to test a new engagement methodology on the UK Government's response to COVID-19.
Why we cannot afford to leave technology to the experts – the case for public engagement at times of crisis
Discussing the profound societal challenges raised by developing technologies as central to government strategies in responding to COVID-19.
By examining our past, we can find lessons for our future - avoiding pitfalls and ensuring equitable outcomes.
Global crises provide high-stakes stress testing for societal institutions, revealing – for better or worse – the cracks in existing systems.