We convene virtual events to discuss ideas, arguments and strategies around minimising the societal harms of data and AI and maximising the benefits to enhance individual and social wellbeing.
As an independent organisation, we provide a platform for multidisciplinary and plural discussions that is independent of the interests of industry and government.
1–12 of 29
CRAFT session at the 2021 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency
Launch of a joint publication with the AI Council exploring legal mechanisms that could help facilitate responsible data stewardship.
An evening salon and reading of specially commissioned pieces of fiction on AI futures.
The fourth in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
The third in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
The second in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
The first in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
Exploring how we can ensure that algorithmic systems and those deploying them are truly accountable.
An online salon exploring AI ethics and near-future fiction.
A look at transparency mechanisms that should be in place to enable us to scrutinise and challenge algorithmic decision-making systems.
What will be the enduring impact of the COVID-19 crisis on surveillance practices?
Ada Lovelace Institute convenes special track on data governance in the public interest at Data for Policy 2020
The Fifth International Conference includes two panels chaired by Alison Powell, Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute’s JUST AI network.