Proving who someone is online and letting them access their personal data – such as their tax, welfare, pension or medical records – often get lumped together as a single problem. 1,113 more words
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This piece on “Imitating people’s speech patterns precisely could bring trouble” in the Economist caught my eye. It mentions a new technology that means… 2,089 more words
Yesterday saw the release of the National Audit Office’s report on ‘Digital Transformation in Government‘.
The main conclusion from Amyas Morse, head of the NAO, is that: 153 more words
Writing with my colleague Cassian Young, in a new article in Computer Weekly we consider why an agile approach to digital programmes will not transform Whitehall – unless the waterfall approach to policy and decision-making is overhauled too. 66 more words
The human race has made it pretty far, considering the various blights, pestilences and geopolitical struggles we’ve encountered along the way. For a self-reflective species, we are constantly creating and consuming technologies as a means to an end. 1,098 more words