Our latest research, guidance and articles, which explore the current ecosystems of data and AI to foster understanding and solutions to ensure that data and AI work for people and society.
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A survey of auditing methods for use in regulatory inspections of online harms in social media platforms
A route to regulation that reflects the ambition of the UK AI Strategy
A framework for involving people in the use of data
Learning from the first wave of policy implementation
A week-long series of dialogues and workshops highlighting the new possibilities of a humanities-led, broadly engaging approach to data and AI ethics
Executive summary of a report outlining the requirements for a socially beneficial vaccine passport system
Prior to deploying a vaccine passport system, it is essential to have scientific confidence in its impact on public health
It is important that governments state the purpose and intended effect of any COVID vaccine passport scheme
Legal and ethical issues should be weighed in advance of any roll-out of a vaccine passport system, with guidance, oversight and regulation needed.
Designing a vaccine passport system requires much more than the technical design of an app, and includes consideration of wider societal systems
Public confidence will be crucial to the success of a COVID vaccine passport system, and will be highly locally contextual
Governments must also need to consider the longer-term effects of vaccine passport systems and how it might shape future decisions