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Dr Steven Cave's speech from an Ada Lovelace Institute event held at the Nuffield Foundation on 4 December 2018.
A new, a vast, and a powerful language.
In our 2018 prospectus, we set out the context, agenda and ways of working of the Ada Lovelace Institute
What impact is the debate on data and AI ethics having on independent public research?
Do we need an implicit social contract between those developing and designing the tech and those who may be affected by it?
This letter was originally published in the Financial Times on 29 May 2018.
A summary of techUK and Nuffield Foundation workshop exploring the role and responsibilities for industry in embedding ethical AI.
Public debate on tech ethics has been a long time coming.
The new Institute is named after Ada Lovelace, the nineteenth-century mathematician widely regarded as one of the first computer scientists.