An interesting conversation with my old friend and colleague Sherry Bevan for her podcast, Closing The Gender Pay Gap.
It’s often said that technology develops at a speed that outpaces society’s ability to manage it, and here is a classic case.
Ahead of the Women in IT UK Summit, I spoke to Information Age in my capacity as Vice Chair of the UK Cyber Security Council about promoting diversity in tech. You can read the article here.
It's good to see the UK government moving on digital identity again, following many years of drift and uncertainty.
Rebecca and I chatted about the state of public sector tech for Mantis PR's new podcast, TechToTransform.
It's complicated. My research on citizen digital ID for Think Digital Partners showed that
The concept of an internet identity 'layer' will sound a bit odd to those outside the telecoms industry, but it's a nice way to explain the problem we have right now with digital ID.
There's a lot of AI doom and gloom around at the moment. But the story is not particularly coherent, and the cycle of disappointment goes something like this:
Whilst anti-social behaviour is as old as humans, what is new and urgent is our need for trust in the digital realm. After all, that’s where most of us live now.
Less is more for politicians on social media, it seems.