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Making visible the invisible: what public engagement uncovers about privilege and power in data systems
Lived experience insights at Citizens’ Biometrics Council and Community Voice workshops show technology can mediate power asymmetries and privilege.
Test, trace and trust: digital technologies and the COVID-19 response across the UK’s devolved nations
This is our third virtual event, exploring approaches of different nation states to using technology to control the spread of COVID-19.
An update to the COVID-19 rapid evidence review: Exit though the App Store?
This is our second virtual event, exploring approaches of different nation states to using technology to control the spread of COVID-19.
No silver bullet: how can the UK government use technologies to transition out of COVID-19 lockdown while protecting public health?
In the first in a series of webinars exploring the current questions raised by the COVID-19 global health crisis.
Our rapid evidence review 'Exit through the app store?' evaluates evidence to support the immediate deployment of digital contact tracing.
Data is bringing huge benefits in the fight against Covid-19, but we must remain vigilant about NHS plans to collaborate with tech giants.