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What we can learn from international developments in the governance and regulation of biometric technologies
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
Launch event for the final report of the Citizens' Biometrics Council – findings and recommendations
Report with recommendations and findings of a public deliberation on biometrics technology, policy and governance
The Ada Lovelace Institute's Citizens' Biometrics Council concludes that biometric technologies require stronger regulation
A meditation on people, technology, place and space
Matthew Ryder QC is leading an independent legal review of the governance of biometric data, commissioned by the Ada Lovelace Institute
Bringing together 50 members of the UK public to deliberate on the use of biometrics technologies like facial recognition
The appeal of R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales shows that, when it comes to facial recognition technology, the status quo cannot continue.
We've taken a look at the five largest political parties’ manifesto commitments relating to data, AI, innovation, law enforcement and human rights.
Facial recognition technology is a complex area, which means the risk of misunderstandings is high.
When it comes to the societal impacts of AI and data, we need to tackle complex problems that don’t necessarily have objective solutions.