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Michael Birtwistle, Associate Director (Law & policy), comments on the UK Government's response to the AI Regulation white paper consultation.
Michael Birtwistle, Associate Director (Law & policy), encourages EU capitals and the European Parliament to approve the AI Act.
Carly Kind, Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute since 2019, will be leaving the Institute in February 2024.
Civil society attendees of the AI Safety Summit urge prioritising regulation to address well established harms
New, independent evidence review helps policymakers understand public attitudes about AI and how to involve the public in AI decision-making
The Ada Lovelace Institute has published a new rapid review of evidence on public attitudes about AI and how to involve the public in AI policy.
Her three-year term as Chair will begin in October, succeeding Professor Dame Wendy Hall.
The Nuffield Foundation has appointed three new members to the Board of the Ada Lovelace Institute.
UK must strengthen its AI regulation proposals to improve legal protections, empower regulators and address urgent risks of cutting-edge models
The Ada Lovelace Institute today published a new report analysing the UK’s proposals for AI regulation.
Governments must learn ‘clear lessons’ from the use of digital technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 was the first global health crisis of ‘the algorithmic age’.
Majority of British public support ‘laws and regulations’ to guide the use of AI, according to a new nationwide survey
More than 60% of the British public support ‘laws and regulations’ to guide the use of AI, according to a new national survey.
Ada Board member Francine Bennett will step in as Interim Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute, covering Director Carly Kind’s maternity leave.
Ada and the Nuffield Council on Bioethics are inviting tenders to deliver a deliberative mini-public on AI and genomic health prediction.