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Reflections on the last year and a look ahead to 2024 from Ada’s outgoing Director Carly Kind and Interim Director Fran Bennett
Carly Kind, Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute since 2019, will be leaving the Institute in February 2024.
Her three-year term as Chair will begin in October, succeeding Professor Dame Wendy Hall.
The Nuffield Foundation has appointed three new members to the Board of the Ada Lovelace Institute.
We will share some more information on Ada's research interests, our roles, the hiring process, and what life is like as an Ada researcher
A nationally representative survey of the British public
Majority of British public support ‘laws and regulations’ to guide the use of AI, according to a new nationwide survey
More than 60% of the British public support ‘laws and regulations’ to guide the use of AI, according to a new national survey.
Ada Board member Francine Bennett will step in as Interim Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute, covering Director Carly Kind’s maternity leave.
The Ada Lovelace Institute is seeking a new Chair of the Board, as Dame Wendy Hall DBE, FRS, FREng completes her term as Chair.
Generate your data and AI ethics 'fingerprint' and connect with others in the field
A summary of the Ada Lovelace Institute's response to the National Data Strategy consultation
Public understanding, ethical guidance and legal frameworks have not kept up with the development of data-driven and AI technologies.