OxCAIGG: AI in the Public Service: From Principles to Practice
13 December 2021
OxTEC’s final report, by Phil Howard and Lisa-Maria Neudert, sets out a series of recommendations aimed at securing the information infrastructure of elections and creating a trusted environment for the democratic use of technology. The report highlights areas for immediate action for policymakers, political parties, industry and civil society and also sets out short-term and long-term recommendations.
OxTEC was formed by an alliance of stakeholders, including ComProp, to “explore how democracies can integrate democratic norms and practices into the use of information technologies, social media, and big data during campaigns, with the goal of protecting the integrity of elections.”
Oxford Technology & Elections Commission written & researched by Lisa-Maria Neudert & Philip N. Howard (2019). Ready to Vote: Elections, Technology and Political Campaigning in the United Kingdom. (16 p.) Oxford, UK: Oxford Technology & Elections Commission. Retrieved from: https://oxtec.oii.ox.ac.uk/publication/ready-to-vote/