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Exploring how the datafication of health occurs and what consequences it has for people and society.
Research to examine the interaction between data-driven systems and health and social inequalities, in the wake of COVID-19
A new report from the Ada Lovelace Institute explores the datafication of health, how it manifests and the consequences for people and society.
Exploring the datafication of health: what it is, how it occurs, and its impacts on individual and social wellbeing
New forms of technology are coming. How do we ensure they’re deployed in a way that conforms to equality regulation?
Will the long-awaited contract tracing app deliver on its promises for 2020 and beyond?
The second of two events sharing what we learned from a rapid online deliberation project to explore public attitudes to COVID-19 exit strategies.
Considering the question: ‘What would help build public confidence in the use of COVID-19 exit strategy technologies?’
Testing immunity certificates: do the new antibody tests open the door to the creation of a ‘public health identity’?
The first in our new series of virtual events addressing health identity systems developing in response to COVID-19.
As the building of technical capacity for immunity apps and deliberation about deployment progresses, we surface six issues policymakers must consider
Our rapid evidence review 'Exit through the app store?' evaluates evidence to support the immediate deployment of digital contact tracing.
The use of NHS health data to develop new technologies raises important questions for people and society.