Beyond Data Protection: Shaping the Ethical Use of Data in the UK

by Conor Brennan on 01 Nov 2018

With a new regulatory framework for the protection of personal data in place, our briefing paper outlines the key policy initiatives that are shaping the ethical use of data in the UK.
 
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With the regulatory framework for the protection of personal data created by the GDPR now in place, data ethics has emerged as the next big test for regulators. Business models relying on advanced data analytics, algorithmic decision-making, machine learning and other AI applications are increasingly under the spotlight.
 
In our new report we outline the key initiatives in the UK that are shaping the norms and standards for the evolving uses of data. We explore each initiative in turn, highlighting their scope and the impact on businesses, and the extent to which they inform the Government's emerging National Data Strategy.
 
We hope you find this overview helpful and please feel free to get in touch with any comments or queries. 
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Topics: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data policy, Immersive Tech, Conor Brennan

Conor Brennan

Written by Conor Brennan

Conor is an experienced consultant who advises clients in the data economy, insur-tech, and energy sectors.

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