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Driving responsible innovation in self-driving vehicles

Self-driving vehicles have the potential to radically transform the UK’s roads. But to enable their benefits and achieve the government’s ambition to ‘make the UK the best place in the world to deploy connected and automated vehicles’, developers and manufacturers …

Enabling the responsible use of AI in defence

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The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has today published the UK’s Defence AI Strategy, outlining how the UK will prioritise research, development and experimentation to revolutionise the UK’s Armed Forces capabilities. Additionally, the MoD has published a policy on the ‘Ambitious, …

Enabling responsible access to demographic data for algorithmic bias detection

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This week, we announced the launch of a new programme of work around enabling responsible access to data. One of the initial workstreams in this programme is exploring the potential for novel approaches to data stewardship to support organisations to …

Piloting the UK algorithmic transparency standard

Today, the Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO)  and Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) have published the first reports from our transparency standard pilots. The public sector algorithmic transparency standard is one of the world’s first initiatives of …

Enabling trustworthy innovation by assuring AI systems

Artificial intelligence (AI) offers huge potential to transform our society and economy. It has been harnessed to combat the pandemic; from supporting the discovery of new therapies and rapid virus detection methods, to powering dashboards that help clinicians make treatment …