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Existing frameworks are inadequate and failing to keep pace, according to an independent legal review led by Matthew Ryder QC.
AHRC has selected the Ada Lovelace Institute as the Collaborating Partner to a new AHRC programme 'Enabling a responsible AI ecosystem (2022-26)'.
Ada is recommending amendments to ensure that those affected by AI are recognised and empowered in the AI Act.
Pioneering framework for assessing the impact of medical AI set to be trialled by NHS in world-first pilot
The Ada Lovelace Institute has designed an algorithmic impact assessment (AIA) for the NHS AI Lab, the first known example within healthcare.
Call for input: new AI and genomics project
Request for proposals
The Nuffield Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Lilian Edwards as Expert Legal Adviser at the Ada Lovelace Institute.
Ada Lovelace Institute hosts ‘Taking back control of data: scrutinising the UK’s plans to reform the GDPR’
Exploring the foundational premises for delivering ‘world-leading data protection standards’ that benefit people and achieve societal goals
New research highlights lessons learnt from first wave of global policy mechanisms to increase algorithmic accountability in the public sector
The first global study analysing the first wave of algorithmic accountability policy for the public sector
The Ada Lovelace Institute and the Nuffield Council on Bioethics will be working together on a new project on AI and genomics futures
The Ada Lovelace Institute curates a half-day of events at CogX 2021 – the international festival of AI
Six requirements the UK, and other national governments, must meet before permitting vaccine passports
Requirements that governments and developers will need to deliver in order for any vaccine passport system to deliver societal benefit