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Friday 3rd June 2016

Privacy & the governance of smart cities

Privacy & the governance of smart cities
Description
In many countries, including the United Kingdom, smart city technologies are now a key issue in the governance of urban centres. These technologies bring substantial benefits to the operation of major cities, underpinning transport services, energy efficiency, waste disposal and public security, to name a few. The potential to make dramatic improvements in urban services has convinced most governments that smart city technologies are indispensable to the effective management of global urbanisation.
Date:
03 June 2016

Unique, vast and untameable? Big Data @ King's

Unique, vast and untameable? Big Data @ King's
Description
Whether it's in relation to our healthcare, our government, our security, or our environment, modern industry and commerce all typically produce masses of data that can be hugely valuable for improving how our modern world operates.
Date:
03 June 2016
Friday 22nd April 2016

Why are governments and organisations so scared to open up their data – Information Age

Why are governments and organisations so scared to open up their data – Information Age
Description
Following a promising few years when open data helped unlock numerous benefits for business and society, its progress has stalled.
Date:
22 April 2016
Tuesday 23rd February 2016

Ensuring value down the open data road – Central Government News

Ensuring value down the open data road – Central Government News
Description
Professor Michael Luck at King's College London asks if following Canada, New Zealand and Ireland in establishing clear, easy to use public data access portals might allow the UK government to drastically benefit from data it holds.
Date:
23 February 2016
Friday 18th December 2015

Rosalind Franklin honoured in launch of HPC facility – Scientific Computing World

Rosalind Franklin honoured in launch of HPC facility – Scientific Computing World
Description
A new high performance computing (HPC) and cloud facility has been unveiled by scientists in London, named after Dr Rosalind Franklin, the unsung heroine of elucidating the double-helix structure of DNA.
Date:
18 December 2015
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