Michael Carpenter, former innovation lead at UK Export Finance, explains why they developed a blockchain prototype with the University of Southampton.
How are biases in algorithmic systems affecting people today, and what can we do about this? Professor Michael Rovatsos introduces his CDEI-commissioned review of the evidence related to algorithmic bias, produced in collaboration with OIT.
A look back at our Thought Experiment speaker series, which celebrates its fifth anniversary this year.
Who's watching you online? Professor David Beer introduces his CDEI-commissioned review of the evidence related to online targeting practices, produced in collaboration with OIT.
Takeaways on evidence and policy from a recent event in the Netherlands.
Our strategy has five main pillars: increase our policy impact, raise our profile, diversify our income, improve management and deliver benefits for our partners.
Maya Singer-Hobbs, a PhD secondee with the Open Innovation Team, reflects on her work with the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation.
The Open Innovation Team (OIT) is a great example of disruptive innovation in government. This blog outlines how Lancaster University academics evaluated our impact.
I recently decided to do something a little drastic. After eight years in academia, I joined the Cabinet Office in January for a three month placement working as a Policy Advisor in the Open Innovation Team. It’s been a whirlwind …
I set-up the Open Innovation Team. I pitched the idea to Jeremy Heywood, refined it with colleagues, persuaded some top universities to fund us and quit my job at Treasury to run the pilot. I recently discovered that this kind …