Events to discuss ideas, arguments and strategies to ensure that data and AI work for people and society
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Exploring legal mechanisms for data stewardship
Launch of a joint publication with the AI Council exploring legal mechanisms that could help facilitate responsible data stewardship
Almost future AI
An evening salon and reading of specially commissioned pieces of fiction on AI futures
The socio-technical challenges of designing and building a vaccine passport system
The fourth in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
The ethical implications of vaccine passports and COVID-19 status apps
The third in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
The epidemiological and economic impact of vaccine passports and COVID status apps
The second in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
The history and uses of vaccine passports and COVID status apps
The first in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.
Regulating for algorithm accountability: global trajectories, proposals and risks
Exploring how we can ensure that algorithmic systems and those deploying them are truly accountable
Almost future AI
An online salon exploring AI ethics and near-future fiction.
What forms of mandatory reporting can help achieve public-sector algorithmic accountability?
A look at transparency mechanisms that should be in place to enable us to scrutinise and challenge algorithmic decision-making systems
Data Justice and COVID-19 Book Launch
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.
Black data matters: how missing data undermines equitable societies
We joined the CogXtra session on The Tech We Want: An Ethical Approach to Innovation.