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What are the precedents, arguments and future prospects for legislation at city to state level?
An independent legal review of the governance of biometric data, commissioned by the Ada Lovelace Institute and led by Matthew Ryder QC
Independent legal review of the governance of biometric data in England and Wales
This report represents the culmination of Ada’s three-year programme of work on biometrics governance
Existing frameworks are inadequate and failing to keep pace, according to an independent legal review led by Matthew Ryder QC.
Why plans to use biometrics in the UK Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework need careful consideration.
Normalising the principles of oppression through discriminatory technologies
What we can learn from international developments in the governance and regulation of biometric technologies
The Ada Lovelace Institute curates a half-day of events at CogX 2021 – the international festival of AI
The first of a three-part exploration of biometric technologies, looking at how we define biometric data, categorise its uses and conceive of its risk
Exploring the gaps and risks relating to biometrics in the EU's draft AI regulation
Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about how we ran the Citizens’ Biometrics Council