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Canaries in the coal mine

Today we’re launching an interactive heat map presenting the results of our research which predicted the impact of AI-fuelled automation in individual parliamentary constituencies in England,...

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AI in health: icing or sponge?

It’s become a truism to say that the field of artificial intelligence (AI) is moving fast, but the pace of change in thinking around AI in health has been breathtaking. Since my last blog on this in...

 

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I can see the report being foundational in some ways, and having influence for years to come.
– Daniel O’Connor, Wellcome Trust

In The Media

Our very own Matt Fenech was awarded 'Geek of the Week' on Peston on Sunday for our research on the...

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The Telegraph's Business section highlights that "Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell’s constituents...

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Third of jobs are at risk from automation – with towns in the North and Midlands most endangered

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Advocacy & Consultancy

We amplify the advocacy impact of people who are making the world a better place.

Designing winning advocacy strategies

Delivering impactful global government relations work

Researching, developing policy, and writing

Training in all aspects of strategy, lobbying, campaigning, and media work

Applying AI to social change

Designing winning advocacy strategies
Delivering impactful global government relations work
Researching, developing policy, and writing
Training in all aspects of strategy, lobbying, campaigning, and media work
Applying AI to social change

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Client Projects

Jamie Oliver Group

We are designing and implementing the Jamie Oliver Group’s advocacy strategy to fight child obesity and fix the food system.

We have campaigned successfully to save Free School Meals, to bring in a sugary drinks levy, to ban the sale of energy drinks to under 16s, and to stop junk food advertising to children.

Jamie Oliver Group

We are designing and implementing the Jamie Oliver Group’s advocacy strategy to fight child obesity and fix the food system.

We have campaigned successfully to save Free School Meals, to bring in a sugary drinks levy, to ban the sale of energy drinks to under 16s, and to stop junk food advertising to children.

Wellcome Trust

We were commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to examine the ethical, social, and political  implications of the use of AI in health and medical research. We went beyond issues that have already been identified, such as those around the use of patient data and algorithmic transparency, to explore whether these new technologies throw up new ethical issues, or challenge existing ethical principles in new ways. The Wellcome Trust announced £1 million in funding.

Wellcome Trust

We were commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to examine the ethical, social, and political  implications of the use of AI in health and medical research. We went beyond issues that have already been identified, such as those around the use of patient data and algorithmic transparency, to explore whether these new technologies throw up new ethical issues, or challenge existing ethical principles in new ways. The Wellcome Trust announced £1 million in funding.

Elton John AIDS Foundation

We supported the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s advocacy towards creating an AIDS free future.

Our focus was on overall global funding to fight AIDS as well as the two key risks which threaten to undermine progress in tackling the global epidemic:

– The risk that AIDS will bounce back among adolescents
– The risk that growing infection rates in Eastern Europe and Central Asia will continue unchecked.

Elton John AIDS Foundation

We supported the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s advocacy towards creating an AIDS free future.

Our focus was on overall global funding to fight AIDS as well as the two key risks which threaten to undermine progress in tackling the global epidemic:

– The risk that AIDS will bounce back among adolescents
– The risk that growing infection rates in Eastern Europe and Central Asia will continue unchecked.

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AI THINK TANK

Future Advocacy's AI think tank project is focused on making sure societies are best positioned to capitalise on the huge opportunities and mitigate the significant risks of artificial intelligence.

We are propositional and analytical, and combine rigorous research with our advocacy know-how.

Our research has been widely covered in the media and we’ve had great feedback about our innovative events.

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Publications

Ethical, Social, and Political Challenges of Artificial Intelligence in Health

Future Advocacy was commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to look at the ethical, social, and political implications of the use of AI in health and medical research. We wanted to go beyond issues that have already been identified, such as those around the use of patient data and algorithmic transparency, to explore whether these new technologies throw up new ethical issues, or challenge existing ethical principles in new ways. The Wellcome Trust is using the findings to inform future funding programmes.

The report is a really fantastic piece of work. Absolutely just the thing we were looking for. It's so clearly written and well researched. I can see it being foundational in some ways, and having influence for years to come.

– Daniel O’Connor, Wellcome Trust


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