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Ada Lovelace Institute’s announces £40,000 support for projects addressing racial justice and AI ethics

The fund aims to help foreground scholars and ethical perspectives that have been absent or less fully considered and shape the field by investigating ethics in new ways.

The projects will develop anti-racist and decolonial perspectives on data and AI, address structural and systemic inequalities, and shape the field by investigating ethics in new ways and foregrounding overlooked scholars and ethical perspectives.

Applications are invited from people with relevant research or policy experience in any sector, and creative practitioners who can apply their skills to explore interlocking and contested issues of data, AI, Blackness and racial justice. Applications will be considered by a Commissioning Board composed of scholars and practitioners from a diverse range of backgrounds and expertise.

Applicants are asked to apply for a research grant by submitting a letter of interest and CV by email to by 17.00 BST on 30 August 2020.

For more information, visit the Ada Lovelace Institute website.

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