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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.

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Trust, Transparency and Tech (Policy Connect)

This item is a reproduction of a news post on Policy Connect’s report titled “Trust, Transparency, Tech on data and Technology Ethics” GovTech Lab’s Dr. Zeynep Engin provided evidence and was cited in this report. The All Party Parliamentary Data Analytics Group...

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Challenges in Algorithmic Crime in Finance

In this blog, Henry Ashton presents challenges that Computer Scientists need to address with respect to algorithmic crime in finance. Henry Ashton is a PhD student at the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in financial computing and analytics. His research interests...

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Moving Forward with Interdisciplinarity

In this blog, Dr. Jenny Bunn offers her reflections and thoughts following the Digital Ethics Forum meetup.  Jenny Bunn leads on the Department of Information Studies’ digital curation teaching. She is the current Chair of the Archives and Records Association Section...

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