The Office for Responsible Technology: Informing policymakers and the public

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott
Oct 26, 2018 · 7 min read
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Illustration: Elin Matilda Andersson

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A few ways our institutions create digital change. Credit: Rachel Coldicutt
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1. Articulating a vision for technology and society

“An algorithm is an opinion embedded in math” Cathy O’Neill

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“Reading @doteveryoneuk’s v. interesting call for an office of responsible technology. Can it go further on public engagement? Alongside high level principles, how about regular dialogue between the public and regulators on the detailed work of regulation?” @Tom_saunders

2. Evidencing the benefits and harms of digital technology

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3. Informing and empowering the public

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