Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation

Founding Year: 2018

Staff: 40

Budget:

Victoria Fell (Head of Strategic Communication & Engagement)

A UK government expert body that promotes the ethical use of data and artificial intelligence (AI). It gathers a multidisciplinary team of specialists with expertise ranging from data policy to public engagement to computer science. It is supported by an advisory board in delivering, testing, and refining trustworthy approaches to data and AI governance in collaboration with organizations across the UK.

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Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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