Cathy O’Neil is the author of the seminal book Weapons of Math Destruction, a book detailing how algorithms can deliver and amplify negative outcomes to the most vulnerable people in society. In a presentation at Teradata Universe, she talked about the concept of an ethical matrix and how these could objectively assess the positive and negative impact of algorithms on their stakeholders.
Chris Render of Hermes the parcel delivery company is responsible for data infrastructure and data processing. He tells Toni Sekinah about the digital transformation his company is undertaking and how it is being supported by a data transformation.
Meha Nelson is the winner of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Award, one of three awards given to organisations and participants of the Open Data Institute’s Data Pitch accelerator. She told Toni Sekinah how GDPR affected the collection of data for Predina, the accident prediction company she co-founded, and how data is used to avoid collisions.
When over 200 delegates attended the 2019 DataIQ Transform conference, it provided an opportunity to check in on the timeline for digital transformation projects, as well as when value is likely to be realised and what role data is playing. David Reed reports.