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Ada’s Director Carly Kind reflects on the last year and looks ahead to 2023
Can an individualised data technology work in a public health context?
David G. Robinson in conversation with Professor Shannon Vallor
What have we learned, and how can we design a future, equitable health and social care system?
We are convening experts from policy, industry, healthcare and AI ethics to discuss our recent case study and the future of AIAs.
Why identities and experiences can’t be reduced to categories
Pioneering framework for assessing the impact of medical AI set to be trialled by NHS in world-first pilot
The Ada Lovelace Institute has designed an algorithmic impact assessment (AIA) for the NHS AI Lab, the first known example within healthcare.
Public lacks access to, and has concerns about discriminatory impact of, COVID-19 related technologies
Findings from a survey of public attitudes towards a range of technologies deployed during the COVID-19 pandemic for health outcomes
Public attitudes to tackling social and health inequalities in the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
Findings from a rapid expert deliberation to consider the risks and benefits of the potential roll-out of digital vaccine passports
7 steps for Government to clarify whether vaccine passports should have a place in society
The third in a series of public evidence events on vaccine passports and COVID status apps.