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Inform, educate, entertain… and recommend?
Exploring the use and ethics of recommendation systems in public service media
Exploring the role of public participation in commercial AI labs
What public participation approaches are being used by the technology sector?
Voices in the Code: A Story about People, Their Values, and the Algorithm They Made
David G. Robinson in conversation with Professor Shannon Vallor
The role of good governance and the rule of law in building public trust in data-driven responses to public health emergencies
Citizens' juries on the trustworthiness of data-driven technologies used in a public health emergency.
The rule of trust
Findings from citizens’ juries on the good governance of data in pandemics.
Cloudmoney: Cash, Cards, Crypto and the War for our Wallets
In conversation with Brett Scott
Digital identity verification: a problem of trust
Why plans to use biometrics in the UK Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework need careful consideration.
Who cares what the public think?
UK public attitudes to regulating data and data-driven technologies
What do or don’t we know about public attitudes to data policy?
Discussion at a virtual roundtable in March 2022
Public dialogue on the ethics of location data
A partnership with Traverse, the Geospatial Commission and Sciencewise to understand public perspectives on the responsible use of location data.
Ada Lovelace Institute hosts ‘Taking back control of data: scrutinising the UK’s plans to reform the GDPR’
Exploring the foundational premises for delivering ‘world-leading data protection standards’ that benefit people and achieve societal goals
How charting public perspectives can show the way to unlocking the benefits of location data
A review of existing research on public attitudes towards location data and related ethical considerations