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Launching new networking webinar series

3 June 2020

The Trust & Technology Inititive and Cambridge Judge Business School are jointly launching a networking webinar series on the theme “The digital (dis)comfort zone” . There will be two webinars each month throughout the summer, in which speakers from the University of Cambridge as well as from the business, policy and...

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Leading academics appeal for privacy by design in approach to contract-tracing apps

22 April 2020

As governments, companies and academics race to develop post-pandemic contact tracing apps, concerns are growing over privacy and transparency issues. More than 300 academics from around the globe have released a joint statement calling for citizen privacy to be at the heart of any technical solution. They argue that...

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Groundbreaking report on trustworthy AI published

Trustworthy AI development: 10 mechanisms to support verifiable claims

16 April 2020

Leading researchers from Cambridge, Oxford and other organisations have co-authored a unique report that lays out a road map for making AI development demonstrably, verifiably responsible and thus more trustworthy.

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UK Parliament creates Expert Database to help tackle COVID-19 Outbreak

25 March 2020

Over the past few weeks, Parliament has seen a surge in need for access to research expertise as it engages with the COVID-19 outbreak. To speed up the process of Parliament accessing relevant research expertise, Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit (KEU) are creating a COVID-19 Outbreak Expert Database. Invitations to...

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Trust & Technology SRI members win Research Prize in Public Interest Communications

28 February 2020

Jon Roozenbeek (Department of Slavonic Studies) and Sander van der Linden (Department of Psychology) have been awarded the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications $10,000 Research Prize in Public Interest Communications. The winning paper among the three finalists selected from 74 entries, entitled...

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Cambridge Science Festival 2020 examines the effects and ethics of artificial intelligence

28 February 2020

Artificial intelligence features heavily as part of a series of events that cover new technologies at the 2020 Cambridge Science Festival (9 – 22 March), which is run by the University of Cambridge. Hype around artificial intelligence, big data and machine learning has reached a fever pitch. Drones, driverless cars, films...

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