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Pandemic preparedness and public health in the algorithmic age
COVID-19 technologies: a synthesis of international evidence, policy and practice
Private-sector data for public good: modelling data access mandates
This project aims to model the legal backbone necessary for enabling access to data mandates in practice.
Inform, educate, entertain… and recommend?
Exploring the use and ethics of recommendation systems in public service media
Supporting AI research ethics committees
Exploring solutions to the unique ethical risks that are emerging in association with data science and AI research.
Looking before we leap?
Ethical review processes for AI and data science research
Understanding AI research ethics as a collective problem
Changing the culture on AI-driven harms through Stanford University’s Ethics and Society Review
The Ada Lovelace Institute in 2022
Ada’s Director Carly Kind reflects on the last year and looks ahead to 2023
Looking before we leap
Expanding ethical review processes for AI and data science research
Rethinking data and rebalancing power: building a digital ecosystem that works for people and society
This virtual event aims to catalyse discussion by convening organisations to share their reflections on building a more positive future for data.
Major new survey of UK public attitudes to AI launched
The Alan Turing Institute and the Ada Lovelace Institute are conducting a major new survey of public attitudes to AI and data-driven technologies.
The role of collective action in ensuring data justice
Five preconditions to protecting people from data-driven collective harms
How the GDPR can exacerbate power asymmetries and collective data harms
Exploring how power asymmetries operate across the law and collective harms