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How the UK Government will prepare to use emerging technologies to build better public services

21 Jun 2019 by Emil Indricau 6 minute read

On June 10, 2019, the Government Digital Service, also known as GDS, unveiled a policy paper titled "The Government technology Innovation Strategy".  Split into 3 sections; people, process, data and technology.

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How Prediction Machines can help UK Government to offer Better Public Services

12 Jun 2019 by Emil Indricau 4 minute read

"The current wave of advances in artificial intelligence doesn’t actually bring us intelligence but instead a critical component of intelligence:- prediction."

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2019 - The Year of Data Governance and Trust

27 Mar 2019 by Anaeko 2 minute read

 

 It's hard to go a day without hearing the word 'data'. We rely on data on a daily basis in all industries; media, education, technology, retail etc. We are all getting excited about the possibility of what data can do. We know the buzzwords; Analytics, Big Data, Data Visualisation and Data Science! But at the root of these buzzwords is the need for visible, authoritative, consistent data that we can rely on to gain insights to support missions and goals. 

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The Blurred lines between Government and Data Ethics

06 Feb 2019 by Anaeko 3 minute read

“Do unto the data of others as you would have them do unto yours".

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Using Big Data for Crime Prevention

30 Jan 2019 by Anaeko 2 minute read

Imagine the possibility of preventing a fatal offence. This happens more commonly than the public are aware of, all thanks to technology. One example of crime prevention- in 2015, a teenager in England was taken into care after it was revealed he had been researching gun types and nearby school locations to possibly carry out a school shooting. Authorities were able to intervene as the teenager had been flagged as a vulnerable threat. 

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Is the Government ready for the 4th Industrial Revolution?

24 Jan 2019 by Anaeko 1 minute read

We are currently on the cusp of the fourth industrial revolution, and what an exciting time it is! The way we live, work and relate to one another is changing. The 4IR is characterised by a fusion of technologies that are blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres. With this new era comes enormous potential for automation and development; enterprises are investing in it, but is the government?

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Analytics in AI: Prediction Machines in UK Gov

09 Jan 2019 by Anaeko 2 minute read

 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

12 Dec 2018 by Anaeko 3 minute read

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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Effective data integration in Government

05 Dec 2018 by Anaeko 4 minute read

 

Bring your data together and listen to its story 

The advent of digital age led to a new data revolution. Data is viewed as a new high worth commodity that can enable organisations to analyse their current operations, optimise their processes and predict their future offerings. Organisations are now realising the true potential of data but struggling to derive meaningful insights from the data. Not just the private sector, even public sector organisations are struggling and under pressure to provide digital services to citizens powered by data. Public sector organisations have a huge amount of data, right from citizens’ personally identifiable information, confidential medical information, financial information, social security information and so much more. Accessing and using this data poses several challenges to the public sector organisations.

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Open Government Data-how it COULD be used

28 Nov 2018 by Anaeko 3 minute read

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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