Prime minister David Cameron visited president Barack Obama in Washington last week. They made plans to swap expertise on the open data agenda, to promote open data internationally and share and eachothers’ code by making all software developed open source.
In a blog post, UK chief digital officer Mike Bracken and chief technology officer Liam Maxwell said: “One of the lessons we’ve shared across the Atlantic has been that, with an agile approach to digital transformation, rapid change and digital successes can be born from the ashes of challenging legacy systems.”
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