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Data & AI for Social Impact
We identify and research trends and put data and AI algorithms to the test – all this with one question in mind: does this stuff actually work? We explore by doing, working with both completely new and more validated innovations.
The digital age creates an ever growing need for people to adjust to the rapid changing world around them. This comes with many challenges. At the Centre for Innovation we develop solutions in a responsible, transparent and above all meaningful way. We believe that technology can be built in a way that ensures privacy and improves equality and fairness. In a time of unprecedented access to data we try to put people first and bring the overwhelming aspect of technology back to a human scale. By doing this we want to help people to better understand the time and place we live in.
Data-Driven Public Private Partnerships: 3 Areas of Risk for Public Organisations to Understand
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) aren't good or bad—but when they deal with data what they can be is risky. Yet, the innovations of the private sector offer efficient solutions to many problems facing public organisations.
Personal Data in Remote Teaching
As the world copes with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, teachers everywhere are navigating new challenges and interruptions in order to get their classes online. At best, learning environments are easily transferred to virtual teaching methods. At worst, severe alterations to the ways courses are delivered, new technology, processes, and expertise are required. But, however easy or difficult the transition to online teaching may be, it’s critical to take stock of your data practices. Working in new education environments, using new technology, and adapting teaching processes can all have serious implications for your data responsibility.