2nd ReEnTrust Stakeholder Workshop

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 2nd ReEnTrust stakeholder workshop on Friday 6th December, at the Mary Ward House Conference and Exhibition Centre (5-7 Tavistock Place, WC1H 9SN) in London, UK. In this workshop we will build on the outcomes of the previous workshop, moving from the exploration of algorithm trust issues to a focus on practical solutions. We will present our latest technology tools and prototypes that are designed to help users develop their trust…

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Purdue Policies for Progress

On May 20th the Purdue Policy Research Centre at Purdue University, held to “Policies for Progress” conference exploring ways to bring together policymakers, industry leaders, not-for-profits, and academics to bring their collective expertise to bear to address Wicked problems. Policies for Progress was the capstone event for the Breaking Through: Developing Multidisciplinary Solutions to Global Grand Challenges¬†research project funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.¬†Find more info about the project here. Experts from four multidisciplinary teams shared findings and results…

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1st ReEnTrust Stakeholder Workshop

On April 15th the first ReEnTrust Stakeholder Workshop took place at the Digital Catapult in London. The event was attended by stakeholders from various sectors from industry, by academics from multiple disciplines, representative of the Internet Society and one of the UK’s regulators with responsibilities in the digital domain. Since this was the first of our workshops, taking place at an early stage of the project, the primary aim was to gain a broader understanding of the range of issues…

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ReEnTrust engaging with policy discourse

The “responsible policy and practice” work-package (WP1) of ReEnTrust aims to unpack the tensions between the drive for innovation in the design and use of algorithms and the growing desire for meaningful regulation and protection for users. As part of this work ReEnTrust is engaging with the policy discourse on algorithmic regulation through participation in “AI governance” conferences and working with policy setting organizations. In the first three months of 2019 this has included participating at CPDP Data Protection and…

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