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Building public confidence in data-driven systems
Findings of the Office for Statistics Regulation review into the 2020 exam results algorithm, and why public confidence in data-driven systems matters
How to make a Citizens’ Biometrics Council
Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about how we ran the Citizens’ Biometrics Council
What is or isn’t OK when it comes to the use of biometric technologies?
Launch event for the final report of the Citizens' Biometrics Council – findings and recommendations
The Citizens’ Biometrics Council
Report with recommendations and findings of a public deliberation on biometrics technology, policy and governance
Public demands stronger regulation for all biometric technologies, the Ada Lovelace Institute finds
The Ada Lovelace Institute's Citizens' Biometrics Council concludes that biometric technologies require stronger regulation
Tipping towards trans-nationalism – data, tech and the future of nation states
How data, tech and geopolitics might shape the future
Rapid, online deliberation on COVID-19 technologies
Rapid, online deliberation with 28 members of the public on COVID-19 exit strategies.
No green lights, no red lines
Lessons to assist Government and policymakers navigating difficult dilemmas when deploying data-driven technologies to manage the pandemic
The ethical case for data fiduciaries
Trust, vulnerability and trustworthiness, and ensuring that the interests of big tech are aligned with the interests of their users.
Should more public trust in data-driven systems be the goal?
To better understand the limits of public trust in data-driven systems, we must acknowledge the role structural inequalities play in shaping trust
Why algorithms aren’t the answer: what the public needs to trust technology
A ten-point checklist for the Test and Trace team working on contact tracing app 2.0, based on the findings of rapid online public deliberation.
Confidence in a crisis?
Findings of a public online deliberation project on attitudes to the use of COVID-19 related technologies for transitioning out of lockdown