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Discussion paper: Inclusive AI governance
Civil society participation in standards development
The value chain of general-purpose AI
A closer look at the implications of API and open-source accessible GPAI for the EU AI Act
The Ada Lovelace Institute in 2022
Ada’s Director Carly Kind reflects on the last year and looks ahead to 2023
How does digital constitutionalism reframe the discourse on rights and powers?
A theoretical lens to understand digital policy developments
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 way ahead on AI liability issues
Will the developing EU liability framework for regulating AI prove sufficient?
Urgent need for new laws governing biometric technologies, according to an independent legal review
Existing frameworks are inadequate and failing to keep pace, according to an independent legal review led by Matthew Ryder QC.
Two steps forward, one step back: the EU’s plans for improving gig working conditions
A critique of the EU’s proposed approach to employment status and algorithmic management for platform workers
Expert opinion: Regulating AI in Europe
Four problems and four solutions
‘Globally significant’ AI Act must recognise those affected by AI, says the Ada Lovelace Institute
Ada is recommending amendments to ensure that those affected by AI are recognised and empowered in the AI Act.
From principles to practice: what next for algorithmic impact assessments?
We are convening experts from policy, industry, healthcare and AI ethics to discuss our recent case study and the future of AIAs.
Three proposals to strengthen the EU Artificial Intelligence Act
Recommendations to improve the regulation of AI – in Europe and worldwide