Payal Jain of JCURV scooped the Transformation with Data prize at the DataIQ Awards in the summer. She tells Toni Sekinah about JCURV’s ‘datagility’ model and the biggest challenge she and the team faced during the transformation process at Sainsbury’s.
In this edition of the podcast, Davide Cervellin, author of "Office of Cards", explains how to deal with the politics of large organisations. Plus, we hear the panel from this year’s DataIQ Summit that considered how to organise to benefit from automation.
The Co-op data team took home the Best Data Ethics and Privacy Programme at the DataIQ Awards. Claire Hadfield of the Co-op explains how they engendered a culture of trust and what the win means for her and her team.
Feminist campaigner Caroline Criado Perez is probably most famous for petitioning for a woman to be on the £10 note. Toni Sekinah reviews her latest book Invisible Women which examines the ‘gender data gap’ and how it affects women’s lives.
Aviva walked away with the gong for the Best Place to Work in Data (Data Titan) at the DataIQ Awards. Tom Spencer of Aviva speaks to Toni Sekinah about how he has created a positive and encouraging working environment and what other data and analytics workplaces could do to follow suit.
There is a book that can help companies get everyone involved in the overhaul to becoming truly data driven. Caroline Carruthers and Peter Jackson have joined forces and writing power again to author another book: Data Driven Business Transformation. Toni Sekinah takes a look.
A report by civil liberties organisation Liberty has warned of the dangers of “affording discriminatory policing practices a technological veneer of legitimacy.” The report authors audited police forces across the country for their use of predictive policing programs and made five recommendations for future use. Toni Sekinah reports.
Top researcher at Qlik Elif Tutuk believes that as the British public develops a greater understanding of artificial intelligence and its implications for society, those who are creating and programming AI need to have both a technology and human perspective to avoid blind spots. Toni Sekinah reports.
Safiya Umoja Noble argues in her 2018 book, Algorithms of Oppression, that we should question and be more critical of search engines as well as call for regulation, public policy and debate of their use and the algorithms that underpin them. Toni Sekinah reports.