Black Data Matters: How Missing Data Undermines Equitable Societies – Breakout Q&A

Overview

Missing data matters: it can exacerbate inequalities on a societal scale. Beginning with the UK data landscape as it exists today, experts in race equality, decolonial theory, data and statistics, and data-driven technologies will interrogate missing data and its real-world effects. Shifting to a wider focus, the panel will apply these insights to consider the principles that should underpin data-driven technologies, their design and implementation, and how they can support rather than undermine an equitable society.

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Speakers

Carly Kind

Director The Ada Lovelace Institute

Sir Ian Diamond

National Statistician UK Research & Innovation

Zubaida Haque

Interim Director Runnymede Trust

William Isaac

Senior Research Scientist DeepMind