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AI expert Wendy Hall appointed chair of data ethics institute

Image: Chatham House [CC BY 2.0], via Flickr

Hall replaces Alan Wilson, who retired as executive chair of Ada Lovelace Institute in February

Leading computer scientist Wendy Hall has been appointed chair of the Ada Lovelace Institute, the UK’s institute for data ethics.

Hall, who is the UK’s champion for skills in artificial intelligence (AI), and a professor of computer science at the University of Southampton, will begin her three-year term on 1 June, the institute announced on 18 May.

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