The Ada Lovelace Institute recognises that there is already a thriving ecosystem within the UK and Europe, and a range of organisations and people who are working to rethink different aspects of data.
Ada’s work on Rethinking data builds on the value of that ecosystem of knowledge, focusing on three key aspects of rethinking data:
- changing how we talk about data through our narratives
- developing people-centered data practice
- developing new regulations that build upon the existing legal and regulatory data regulation framework.
Rethinking data working group
The Rethinking data working group, co-chaired by Professor Diane Coyle (Bennett Institute of Public Policy, Cambridge) and Paul Nemitz (Director, Principal Adviser on Justice Policy, EU Commission, and Member of the German Data Ethics Commission) will guide the Ada Lovelace Institute’s thinking on the future of data regulation.
Report with recommendations and findings of a public deliberation on biometrics technology, policy and governance
Examining how the commitment to responsible data in the UK's National Data Strategy could be realised and what it misses
A partnership with Traverse, the Geospatial Commission and Sciencewise to understand public perspectives on the responsible use of location data
Exploring the datafication of health: what it is, how it occurs, and its impacts on individual and social wellbeing