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On this page you can find information and links to some of my teaching materials.

Turing Commons

Illustration of a smart city with a central skyscraper linked by dotted lines to icons depicting autonomous vehicles, sustainable energy, and digital communication. Peripheral circles show interactions like a virtual handshake, medical diagnostics, and satellite communication, emphasizing a connected, tech-integrated urban environment.

The Turing Commons is an online platform I created, in collaboration with others at the Alan Turing Institute, to support open dialogue and reflection about the responsible design, development, and deployment of data-driven technologies. On this platform you can find a range of freely available teaching materials, including the following courses:

This guide was produced to support specific activities associated with a Resident’s Panel, organised and run by Camden City Council and Involve. The content was designed to support the participants with understanding some of the ethical, legal, and social issues surrounding data use by local government.

Burr, C. (2021). A Citizen’s Guide to Data: Ethical, Social, and Legal Issues. Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/ZENODO.5568861