back to article Er, good luck: UK.gov's data ethics centre has £2.5m to review biased algos, microtargeting

The UK government's Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation has £2.5m for its first year of work, in which it will probe microtargeting and algorithmic bias – but its chair has warned it might need more cash in future. Roger Taylor, co-founder of health data biz Dr Foster, was named chairman of the group in November last year …

  1. StuntMisanthrope Bronze badge

    Bias 101

    0: Confirmed. It’s not what you know but who. #goodluck :-)

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