Tyze is an online tool that helps organise support for people who have care needs, it will be receiving GBP 181,000 so that it can be made available across the country.
Apps for Good uses volunteers to teach young people how to build mobile and Facebook apps to solve real life problems and will be receiving GBP 154,800.
The other three programmes are Care4Care, GoodGym and Inspiring the Future.
Innovation in Giving Fund was launched in 2011 and has supported 67 causes to date.
Philip Colligan, Executive Director of Nesta’s Public Services Lab, has been appointed to the Cabinet Office as Government Adviser on Social Innovation. According to him: “What we see is the massive potential for social action. This is what the next chapter of public services reform will be about.”
Report suggests Scotland’s cities could improve significantly on the way they use technology and innovation to drive growth
Committee is calling for a Commission on Artificial Intelligence to be established at the Alan Turing Institute to examine the social, ethical and legal implications of recent and potential developments in AI
Positive result for UK in latest Capgemini survey
Code launched ahead of GDPR implementation