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A joint publication with the AI Council, which explores three legal mechanisms that could help facilitate responsible data stewardship
A summary of the Ada Lovelace Institute's response to the National Data Strategy consultation
Enabling a participatory approach to data use, access, sharing and governance where beneficiaries can control and oversee the use of their data.
Exploring how the datafication of health occurs and what consequences it has for people and society.
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
Examining how the commitment to responsible data in the UK's National Data Strategy could be realised and what it misses
To better understand the limits of public trust in data-driven systems, we must acknowledge the role structural inequalities play in shaping trust
The monopolisation of AI is not just – or even primarily – a data issue.
A summary of the second panel on the Ethics & Society stage at CogX 2020 - Day 1
Announcing the Ada Lovelace Institute-curated day of talks at virtual CogX 2020 – the international festival of AI.
Jeremy Crampton, Professor of Urban Data Analysis at Newcastle University on the three principles that could underpin a more mindful approach to AI.