Thursday 07 November 2019
Shaping a future that works for all
Charles Newhouse says we must balance excitement about AI’s potential with support for those it may leave in its wake.
Thursday 31 October 2019
Building an Artificial Defence
Although there is clear potential for Artificial Intelligence in Defence, it’s important not to get ahead of ourselves. David Henstock explains why it’s more marathon than sprint.
Friday 11 October 2019
It's (still) the economy, stupid
Charles Newhouse examines how Artificial Intelligence is impacting the global economy
Tuesday 08 October 2019
Living the smart-phone era online in Indonesia
Indonesians young and old have rapidly come to rely on their mobile phones for all manner of services, says Michael Salkeld. But this reliance opens them up to the marauding interest of cyber attackers…
Cyber Security, GovernmentCyber SecurityGovernment
Wednesday 02 October 2019
Data – why it can be good to share
Security doubts have long plagued the sharing of data between organisations but is there light at the end of the tunnel? Jem Brown explains why Homomorphic Encryption offers a viable solution.
Monday 16 September 2019
Getting Government Working
What are the challenges, barriers and opportunities to multi-agency and collaborative working in local public service delivery? Ravi Gogna sets out some ideas
Thursday 22 August 2019
Track Changes: Delivering a Digital Railway
Using digital technology to help transform the railway industry is about more than just deploying the latest application from Silicon Valley, explains Harjit Lota
Digital Transformation, GovernmentDigital TransformationGovernment
Tuesday 06 August 2019
Empowering people and places
How can public service delivery adapt to the evolving demands and challenges of the 21st century? Ravi Gogna explains how technology, combined with a place-based approach, can help shape next generation policymaking.
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