Publications

Our research considers the human rights implications of big data and associated technologies. The Project uses multiple methodologies, including desk-based research, qualitative interviews, econometrics, comparative case studies and computational techniques.

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An ‘Infodemic’ in the Pandemic: Human Rights and Covid-19 Misinformation
1 101 downloads
COVID-19 download, Mis and disinformation and deep fakes download July 20, 2020
Facial Recognition Technology in India
1 9 downloads
COVID-19 download, Facial recognition download, Law enforcement download September 2, 2021
Health Rights Impact Assessment Guide for Artificial Intelligence Projects
1 17 downloads
COVID-19 download, Health download December 11, 2020
Imperfect Models of the World: Gender Stereotypes and Assumptions in Covid-19 Responses
1 42 downloads
Algorithmic accountability download, COVID-19 download July 20, 2020
Policy Briefing on the Escalation of Domestic Violence During the Covid-19 Related Lockdown
1 29 downloads
COVID-19 download, Health download July 7, 2020
Rapid Evidence Review: Exit through the App Store? (Ada Lovelace Institute)
1 6 downloads
COVID-19 download April 29, 2020
Submission to the UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights on the Human Rights Implications of the Proposed NHSX Contact-Tracing App
1 49 downloads
COVID-19 download, Health download May 11, 2020
With Great Reliance Comes Great Responsibility: The Role of Technology Companies during Covid-19
1 34 downloads
Corporate responsibility download, COVID-19 download July 20, 2020
Working Paper: Job Displacement, Unemployment Benefits and Domestic Violence
1 4 downloads
COVID-19 download, Health download July 15, 2021