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An independent legal review of the governance of biometric data, commissioned by the Ada Lovelace Institute and led by Matthew Ryder KC.
This joint project with the Nuffield Council on Bioethics explores how AI is transforming the capabilities and practice of genomic science.
What is a more ambitious vision for data use and regulation that can deliver a positive shift in the digital ecosystem towards people and society?
Exploring the ethical implications of public service media use of recommendation systems.
The role of good governance and the rule of law in building public trust in data-driven responses to public health emergencies
Citizens' juries on the trustworthiness of data-driven technologies used in a public health emergency.
Generate your data and AI ethics 'fingerprint' and connect with others in the field
Research with AI Now and the Open Government Partnership to learn from the first wave of algorithmic accountability policy.
A partnership with Traverse, the Geospatial Commission and Sciencewise to understand public perspectives on the responsible use of location data.
A research partnership with NHS AI Lab exploring the potential for algorithmic impact assessments (AIAs) in an AI imaging case study.
An evidence review and expert deliberation of the practical and ethical issues around digital vaccine passports and COVID-19 status apps.
Working group to explore different legal structures that support responsible management of data.
Rapid, online deliberation with 28 members of the public on COVID-19 exit strategies.