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Public attitudes to tackling social and health inequalities in the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
A significant proportion of the UK public lacks adequate access to data infrastructures, such as broadband, connectivity and smartphones, survey finds
A large proportion of the UK public lacks awareness of the existence of certain COVID-19 technologies, survey finds
Differences in public attitudes between those who have chosen to use COVID-19 technologies, and those who have chosen not to
Belief in accuracy and effectiveness strongly correlated with why people chose (or chose not) to use COVID-19 technologies, survey finds
Findings from a nationally representative survey on public attitudes towards a range of COVID-19 technologies, including vaccine passports
Public lacks access to, and has concerns about discriminatory impact of, COVID-19 related technologies
Findings from a survey of public attitudes towards a range of technologies deployed during the COVID-19 pandemic for health outcomes
A summary of the Ada Lovelace Institute's response to the National Data Strategy consultation
Accountability for algorithms: a response to the CDEI review into bias in algorithmic decision-making
Reviewing bias is welcome, and stopping the amplification of historic inequalities is essential.
Rapid, online deliberation with 28 members of the public on COVID-19 exit strategies
Examining how the commitment to responsible data in the UK's National Data Strategy could be realised and what it misses
Will the long-awaited contract tracing app deliver on its promises for 2020 and beyond?