Adam Cantwell-Corn (he/him)

Head of Campaigns and Policy

With a background in human rights law, youth work and community organising Adam co-founded The Bristol Cable; an internationally recognised 100% community-owned magazine redefining local media. He was the recipient of a British Journalism Award in 2019 and has worked on policy and practical solutions for the broken market of quality journalism in the UK and beyond.

Before joining CONNECTED BY DATA, Adam worked for a not-for-profit supporting public services to take a more system-wide approach to complex social issues, from health inequalities to public participation in city government.

Bringing campaigning and communications experience, Adam is particularly interested in the nexus of media, policy and community action to make progressive ideas on big issues a reality.

Adam is currently studying at the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose at UCL, learning more on how public policy - from social care to the climate crisis – can be mobilised for these ends.

We were pleased to support the research and writing of the Wales’ TUC report entitled “A snapshot of workers in Wales’ understanding and experience of AI”.

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  • More than 100 UK and international organisations, experts and campaigners sign open letter to Rishi Sunak
  • Groups warn that the “communities and workers most affected by AI have been marginalised by the Summit.”
  • “Closed door event” is dominated by Big Tech and overly focused on speculative risks instead of AI threats “in the here and now”- PM told
  • Signatories to letter include leading human rights organisations, trade union bodies, tech orgs, leading academics and experts on AI

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