Imogen is Associate Director (Society, justice & social policy) at the Ada Lovelace Institute.
Imogen’s career has been at the intersection of social justice, technology and research. In her previous role as Head of the Nuffield Foundation’s programmes on Justice, Rights and Digital Society she worked in collaboration with the founding partner organisations to create the Institute. Prior to that she was acting Head of Policy Research for Citizens and Democracy at Citizens Advice, Research Fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) and worked with Baroness Kidron to create the children’s digital rights charity 5Rights. She is a Policy Fellow at Cambridge University’s Centre for Science and Policy.
Meaningful transparency and (in)visible algorithms
Can transparency bring accountability to public-sector algorithmic decision-making (ADM) systems?
The NHS COVID-19 app: is it an enduring public health technology?
Will the long-awaited contract tracing app deliver on its promises for 2020 and beyond?
Why algorithms aren’t the answer: what the public needs to trust technology
A ten-point checklist for the Test and Trace team working on contact tracing app 2.0, based on the findings of rapid online public deliberation.
It’s complicated: what the public thinks about COVID-19 technologies
Lessons developers and policymakers must learn from the public about COVID-19 technologies.