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Lucy Martin


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Anaeko are thrilled to announce we are now part of the Digital Marketplace!

Jan 15, 2019 12:03:00 PM / by Lucy Martin posted in G-Cloud, DOS3, Government, Data governance, Professional Services

Anaeko have now joined the Digital Marketplace under the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 (DOS3) framework. What is the Digital Marketplace? This platform was developed to help those transforming public services by making it simpler, clearer and faster for them to buy what they need. This DOS3 framework enables public sector organisations, agencies and arm's length bodies to find specialist individuals and teams who can work on digital projects throughout the public sector!

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Analytics in AI: Prediction Machines in UK Gov

Jan 9, 2019 4:00:00 PM / by Lucy Martin posted in Machine learning, Government, Data governance, Data Analytics, Predictive analytics, Public Sector, Artificial Intelligence

 Working within the technology industry there are some buzzwords which come up over and over again, current one being 'Artificial Intelligence'. 

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3 ways predictive analytics could be the key player in UK government

Dec 12, 2018 2:00:00 PM / by Lucy Martin posted in Machine learning, Government, Data governance, Data Analytics, Predictive analytics, Public Sector

Before Obama's election as President he promised many things to the citizens of America, one being that if elected, his government would;

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Open Government Data-how it COULD be used

Nov 28, 2018 1:45:00 PM / by Lucy Martin posted in Data Analytics, Public Sector, Open Data, Data Integration, AaaS

Data is one of the most talked about subjects at the moment alongside Big Data, AI and Robots, but what exactly is it? The Oxford dictionary defines it as ‘facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis’.  Every time you enter your details into an application form, social media network or membership subscription, your information is collected. It allows other parties to make more strategic decisions when planning objectives around marketing, hiring, product, finance and engineering. Data has been collected for years however, 90% of current data has been created in the last two years with Forbes suggesting there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day at our current pace (roughly 100 million blu-ray discs). So what has this got to do with Open Government Data?

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