Privacy, Agency and Trust in Human-AI Ecosystems: Interim Report (Short Version)


This short-form version of the interim report presents an overview of the PATH-AI project, a brief discussion of the three key concepts of privacy, agency, and trust, as well as interim results from interviews and surveys conducted in the UK and Japan with 95 stakeholders comprising members of the general public as well as experts working on the implementation and/or ethics and governance of AI and other data-intensive technologies in healthcare. The full report is due to be published in early 2022.

Citation information

Wright, J., Leslie, D., Raab, C, Kitagawa, F., Ostmann, F., and Briggs, M. (2021). Privacy, Agency and Trust in Human-AI Ecosystems: Interim Report. The Alan Turing Institute. 

Turing affiliated authors

Professor David Leslie

Director of Ethics and Responsible Innovation Research at The Alan Turing Institute and Professor of Ethics, Technology and Society, Queen Mary University of London

Dr Fumi Kitagawa

Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Edinburgh Business School

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