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A week-long series of dialogues and workshops highlighting the new possibilities of a humanities-led, broadly engaging approach to data and AI ethics
JUST AI aims to integrate and reflect on the many layers and different qualities of map-making, mapping and relationship construction
Taking a creative, humanities-led approach to questions of AI ethics
Dr Alison Powell and Dr Daniel Greene in conversation to discuss their new books
An exploration of ‘access’ as a way to rethink the meaning and potential of responsible technology, with Sara Hendren and Sarah Drinkwater
An evening salon and reading of specially commissioned pieces of fiction on AI futures
Mapping the AI and data ethics field to understand the actors, issues and perspectives that constitute the space
An online salon exploring AI ethics and near-future fiction.
Ada Lovelace Institute’s JUST AI network announces £40,000 AHRC support for projects addressing racial justice and AI ethics
Grants for projects designed to surface alternative, critical and diverse perspectives on data and AI in relation to racial justice.
The Ada Lovelace Institute’s JUST AI network is delighted to announce the four awardees of the JUST AI Fellowship.
Ada Lovelace Institute convenes special track on data governance in the public interest at Data for Policy 2020
The Fifth International Conference includes two panels chaired by Alison Powell, Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute’s JUST AI network.
How mathematical models of infection structure the messages people receive about risk and responsibility.