Events to discuss ideas, arguments and strategies to ensure that data and AI work for people and society
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Testing immunity certificates: do the new antibody tests open the door to the creation of a ‘public health identity’?
The first in our new series of virtual events addressing health identity systems developing in response to COVID-19.
Test, trace and trust: digital technologies and the COVID-19 response across the UK’s devolved nations
This is our third virtual event, exploring approaches of different nation states to using technology to control the spread of COVID-19.
Contact tracing: to centralise or not to centralise, that is the question
This is our second virtual event, exploring approaches of different nation states to using technology to control the spread of COVID-19.
No silver bullet: how can the UK government use technologies to transition out of COVID-19 lockdown while protecting public health?
In the first in a series of webinars exploring the current questions raised by the COVID-19 global health crisis.
Beyond the exit strategy: ethical uses of data-driven technology in the fight against COVID-19
How can we achieve the ethical use of data-driven technologies to combat COVID-19?
Algorithmic decision-making and predictive analytics in children’s social care
A one-day event to discuss the use of data analytics for delivering services within the remits of children’s social care.