A rapid review of evidence on the technical considerations and societal implications of using technology to transition from the COVID-19 crisis.
Governments around the world are beginning to look to data-driven technologies as tools
to support the transition from emergency lockdown measures in response to COVID-19.
There are three interlocking technical interventions being considered in the UK, as well
as in other countries: digital contact tracing applications, symptom tracking applications
and digital immunity certificates. It is suggested that these technologies can inform research
into the disease, prevent further infections, and support the restoration of system capacity
and the opening up of the economy.
Report with recommendations and findings of a public deliberation on biometrics technology, policy and governance
Findings from a rapid expert deliberation to consider the risks and benefits of the potential roll-out of digital vaccine passports
Bringing together 50 members of the UK public to deliberate on the use of biometrics technologies like facial recognition
Exploring the datafication of health: what it is, how it occurs, and its impacts on individual and social wellbeing