Big Data

Our unprecedented ability to collect, store and analyse data is opening up new possibilities: from monitoring infrastructure to understanding individuals' life pathways, as well as spawning new business models underpinned by data, social networks and the internet of things.

Big Data

Platforms not silos: government promotes the digital revolution

Earlier this month CSaP Policy Fellow, Richard Sargeant, hosted a meeting at the Government Digital Service (GDS) which was set up to revolutionise the way citizens interact with ...

Big Data

Debating the future of artificial intelligence

This event brought together experts on AI from Cambridge and the Rhine-Main universities for a debate on how artificial intelligence will transform public services and business and what ...

A Case Study by Professor Anna Vignoles

Champion for Cambridge Big Data Strategic Research Initiative

Professor Vignoles particular interest is in the application of big data analyses to answer questions about public policy.

Big Data

Talent Pipeline for the Digital Economy & the Creative Industries, with Matthew Hancock MP

A new major study suggests that the UK has one of the best digital economies of any country in the world, which is highly evolved and quickly advancing. ...

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Advances and challenges in Machine Learning Languages Workshop, Monday, 20 May 2019, 12.00pm - Tuesday, 21 May 20… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Big Data

The intersection of business and encryption, and the implications for practice and policy

CSaP worked with Dr Ella McPherson, a Lecturer in the Sociology of New Media and Digital Technology, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge, to deliver a Policy Workshop ...