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Data ethics institute appoints new board members

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Data scientist, journalist, economist and policeman will help steer ethics institute

The Ada Lovelace Institute, the UK’s first institute for data ethics, has appointed four new board members to oversee its strategic development.

The new members members include Francine Bennet, a data scientist and co-founder of the company Mastodon C, and Rocio Concha Galguera, the chief economist and head of strategic insight at the Which? consumer organisation. They will be joined by the Financial Times innovation editor John Thornhill and the chief superintendent at West Midlands Police, Chris Todd.

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