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The Ada Lovelace Institute curates a half-day of events at CogX 2021 – the international festival of AI
A week-long series of dialogues and workshops highlighting the new possibilities of a humanities-led, broadly engaging approach to data and AI ethics
Dr Alison Powell and Dr Daniel Greene in conversation to discuss their new books
Four policy-facing reports, three citizens’ juries, two expert working groups and a global pandemic
The hidden, and unfairly distributed, costs of convenience on gig economy workers
Mapping the AI and data ethics field to understand the actors, issues and perspectives that constitute the space
The Ada Lovelace Institute’s JUST AI network is delighted to announce the four awardees of the JUST AI Fellowship.
Jeremy Crampton, Professor of Urban Data Analysis at Newcastle University on the three principles that could underpin a more mindful approach to AI.
A one-day event to discuss the use of data analytics for delivering services within the remits of children’s social care.
What is the next digital revolution and how can the UK further embrace it to remain a world-leading digital economy?
Tim Gardam's speech to the British Computer Society on the history of data ethics and the importance of the Ada Lovelace Institute.
Setting out a broad roadmap for work on the ethical and societal implications of technologies driven by algorithms, data and AI (ADA).