The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention for LGBTQ+ young people. The nonprofit is using AI to train counsellors and identify high risk individuals.
The UK’s new Space Strategy is impressive, but some in the space community fear there won’t be enough cash to back the ambition.
Kam Patel, ServiceNow’s new Senior Director of Public Sector UK, shares his views on how government organizations need to be thinking about data.
The UK’s data regulator - the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) - has said that government proposals could limit the ICO’s ability to hold the government to account.
NHSx, the digital unit for the NHS, has outlined how it plans to govern interoperability and standards across the healthcare system.
The UK Statistics Authority last year put together an Inclusive Data Taskforce, which has now shared its recommendations for collecting complete and appropriate data for all groups.
Dreamforce 2021 - one USC, one digital campus, one Slack use case from the University of Southern California
The University of Southern California wanted a connected world anyway, but COVID focused thinking significantly.
Does Whitehall have the human intelligence, expertise, and skills to make the UK’s new National AI Strategy work?
Connecticut voted for Paid Family Leave as a new law back in 2019 and has been working on building digital tools, alongside stakeholder engagement, to get the scheme up and running.
Can the British Government become a cyber power on the global stage as it sails away from the EU? Given there are concerns about keeping the lights on over winter, that may be a stretch.
Speaking at London Tech Week, NHSX CEO Matthew Gould described how the NHS needs to link digital transformation efforts with addressing health inequality going forward.
New data suggests that UK tech investment has bounced back in the first half of 2021, but the jury is still out on whether the latest Digital Secretary is up to tackling key challenges.
The UK has launched a consultation on its proposed changes to GDPR. However, the EU will be watching closely as it keeps its adequacy decision with the UK under review.