ODI Leeds

Building Trust in How Organisations Use Data (in Leeds)

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Thu Jun 27, 2019 16:00
ODI Leeds, 3rd Floor, Duke Street, Leeds, LS9 8AG
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Trust can take a lifetime to build but only seconds to break and nowhere is that more true than with personal data. This ODI Members Meetup (with others welcome) invites you to listen to interesting lightning talks delivered by a panel of passionate people from diverse industries

An ODI Members Meetup is a casual event where attendees can listen to interesting lightning talks delivered by a panel of passionate people from diverse industries. Followed by a Q&A and then chit-chat over refreshments. This is the first time that an ODI Members Meetup is being held at ODI Leeds so we’ve got a special treat – it’s free for EVERYONE! Members and non-members alike are welcome to mingle, chat, and find out more not only about the topic but about the ODI and membership.

Trust can take a lifetime to build but only seconds to break and nowhere is that more true than with personal data. Organisations of all shapes and sizes are starting to collect more data so that they can improve services or create more tailored experiences and products. In some cases, data collection and sharing can be life-enhancing or life-saving.

But after successive breaches of data (and trust), are we heading for a data dearth? Will people provide false data in order to protect themselves? How would this affect analysis and insight? What can be done to rebuild trust? And which organisations are already doing trust right?

Speakers

Peter Wells – The Open Data Institute

Claire Hadfield – The Co-op

[Name to be confirmed] – NHS Digital

Dylan Roberts – Leeds City Council

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Why not add on our half day data ethics course at ODI Leeds?

Before this meetup, the ODI is running a half-day interactive course run by our experts you will be given an introduction to the concept of data ethics, and how to help your organisation use the ODI Data Ethics Canvas to help make better and more ethical decisions about data. You will leave the workshop ready to run your first workshop in your own organisation. Course prices start from £140.

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