GovTech Lab is developing a number of products – the first of which is “DataNet” – a unique approach to data infrastructure designed to capitalise on innovative new technologies and provide economies of scale across multiple different areas of society – commercial, research and societal or governmental. Building on technology economics, our principles enable the development of new, data-driven industries.
Digital Ethics Forum
The UCL Digital Ethics forum, led jointly by UCL Computer Science and UCL Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP), facilitates the intra-UCL conversation around pressing ethical challenges arising from ubiquitous data collection and increasing adoption of algorithmic decision systems in every aspect of our lives.
Hiring: Research Assistant/Research Fellow in Data Science for Governance and Public Policy We are interested in building a collaborative team to lead research in this emerging field whilst also supporting the coordination and management of our two main projects –...read more
Translating Algorithm Ethics into Engineering Practice (UCL Digital Ethics Forum). The Digital Ethics Forum held its fifth workshop at the UCL Centre for Artificial Intelligence (4th February). Titled Translating Algorithm Ethics into Engineering Practice, the...read more
Workshop on “Location Data Technologies and Their Societal Implications” held at UCL (Jan 10th 2020).
Location Data Technologies and Their Societal Implications - UCL Digital Ethics Forum The third in the series of UCL Digital Ethics Forum Workshops was held in the Institute of Education (UCL), January 10th. Hosted by, Mirco Musolesi (UCL Geography) and Didem Ozkul...read more