Featuring award-winning headline speakers, breakout sessions, interactive workshops and panel sessions; this is a must see event if you want to define your strategy for the fast-moving decade of the 2020s.
Democratisation of data is a concept that is currently high on the hype cycle. By enabling self-service querying and report building, it is anticipated that the whole business will become more data-...
For data and analytics functions adopting agile as their way of working, a structure is also required for the people management dimension. Squads and tribes is an approach pioneered by Spotify in 2012...
The Financial Conduct Authority’s TechSprint brought together teams from all over the world to focus on how privacy enhancing technologies (PETs) can help financial institutions to share data. Simon McDougall of the ICO, who helped to judge the entries, feeds back on what he learned.
Since launching in 2015, Women in Data has seen its community and conference audiences grow significantly. On the eve of the fifth event, its co-founders told David Reed why, despite an active and growing cohort of female data practitioners, there is still such a long way to go - and therefore a need for the network.
A new stimulus fund of £150,000 is available to eligible projects that will increase access to data and drive innovation in the engineering sector. The fund has been announced alongside the publication of a manifesto and report aimed at getting companies and organisations in the engineering sector to publish, use and share data. Toni Sekinah reports.
In this edition of the podcast, Amanda Davis of Parkinson’s talks about the charity’s new data strategy and CRM platform. Plus, Tom Smith of the ONS Data Science Campus reflects on two years of activity.
Brexit may (or may not) become a reality on Saturday, but even if the UK Parliament does approve the deal, it will not settle the issue of how data protection laws will operate. “There is an assessment that needs to be done after Brexit on whether we need GDPR 2.0,” said Maarten Stassen, partner in the Brussels office of corporate law firm Crowell and Moring.
The Scottish government has selected the Data Lab to lead the development of a new national strategy on artificial intelligence, designed to unlock an additional £13 billion in economic output and drive the use of the technology to improve consumers’ well-being across the country.
More than two-fifths (45%) of UK consumers remain unconvinced that new technology is being governed well enough, especially when it comes to their personal data, yet it seems very few actually bother to read the online terms and conditions on how their information is being used.
Transport for London is turning to data science in an effort to tackle the capital’s gridlocked road network, as part of plans to predict what impact roadworks, congestion and other unplanned events will have on the streets of London.