The Future of Policy

Machine Learning / unsupervised learning / Policy / Data Science / government

Setrak Balian, ASI Data Science, London Imagine a virtual world in which policymakers can try out different policies without having to suffer the real-world consequences. ASI Data Science teamed up with HM Department for Education to build a simulated world of teachers and schools in order to investigate effects of…

Changing the culture: What government must do to make the most of AI

Data Science / Data in Society / Machine Learning / ASI / Richard Sargeant / Artificial Intelligence / Future Technologies / Impactful / Data science for good / Policy / Open Data / AI / news / Public Policy / Data Policy / Government Digital Service

Artificial intelligence could transform the public sector, but adoption has been slow. As the Government Office for Science publishes its report into the subject, Richard Sargent, director of ASI Data Science and former performance lead at the Government Digital Service, says leadership and culture will be crucial for success. Read…

London's most polluted parks identified by new ASI Data Science Project

Data Science / Data in Society / ASI / Policy / Pollution / London / Park / Air Quality / EU / Nitrogen oxide / Open Data / London Datastore / Bloomberg

The team at ASI Data Science have worked on an open data project that maps pollution levels in London parks. The air in many city parks surpass legal limits for nitrogen oxide set by the European Union. Read the full article featured on Bloomberg here Find out the air quality…

ASI Data Science Featured in City A.M. Today

Artificial Intelligence / Data Science / Machine Learning / ASI / Data in Society / Future Technologies / Policy / Data Strategy / Science Fiction

Marc Warner, Co-founder and CEO at ASI Data Science spoke to City A.M. about the future of Artificial Intelligence. Marc discusses the debates around creating new policy and strategy to manage the vast amount of technologies developing and becoming more commonplace in society and what can science fiction tell…