Events to discuss ideas, arguments and strategies to ensure that data and AI work for people and society
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.
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Upcoming and current events
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Pandemic preparedness and public health in the algorithmic age
Lessons from the App Store: Insights and learnings from COVID-19 technologies
How do people feel about AI?
A nationally representative survey of the British public
Inform, educate, entertain… and recommend?
Exploring the use and ethics of recommendation systems in public service media
Looking before we leap?
Ethical review processes for AI and data science research
Rethinking data and rebalancing power: building a digital ecosystem that works for people and society
This virtual event aims to catalyse discussion by convening organisations to share their reflections on building a more positive future for data.
Voices in the Code: A Story about People, Their Values, and the Algorithm They Made
David G. Robinson in conversation with Professor Shannon Vallor
A culture of ethical AI
What steps can organisers of AI conferences take to encourage ethical reflection by the AI research community?
The Ryder Review and the future of biometrics governance
In-person launch event at the Royal Society
Data-driven responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
What have we learned, and how can we design a future, equitable health and social care system?
Cloudmoney: Cash, Cards, Crypto and the War for our Wallets
In conversation with Brett Scott
What do or don’t we know about public attitudes to data policy?
Discussion at a virtual roundtable in March 2022
Working at Ada: about us and our current vacancies
We will share some more information on Ada's research interests, our roles, the hiring process at Ada, and what life as an Ada researcher is like.