How to be trustworthy with data (meet-up)

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Thu Oct 17, 2019 16:30
Open Data Institute, 65 Clifton Street, London EC2A 4JE, United Kingdom
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Hear from a range of organisations who are exploring how to be trustworthy with data and how this can impact their customers and wider society

An ODI Members meet-up 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.

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.

Hear from a range of organisations who are exploring how to be trustworthy with data and how this can impact their customers and wider society.

Speakers

  • Rob McKendrick, Head of Data, the Co-op
  • Miranda Marcus, R&D Programme Manager, the ODI
  • Alice Clay, Assistant Programme Manager, Nesta’s Health Lab
  • …More to be confirmed