Stop Pitting Privacy Against Public Health, And Start Innovating To Address Both
The reality is that privacy does not always have to be sacrificed in the service of public health. Now more than ever, the onus is on businesses, research institutions, healthcare providers and governments to engage in more meaningful ways to explore the technology that exists to preserve both.
Building Governments That Are Fit For The Digital Age
An effective government is one that successfully engages with its citizens and efficiently delivers basic services to its citizenry. But what if that citizenry is at risk of “disengaging” with the government because the process of dealing with the government seems antiquated compared to the rest of the world?
As the battle between the old guard and the upstarts takes place and every company becomes a data company, the ability for established industries to deal with the myriad of ways in which their data can be accessed, secured and harnessed to drive the next wave of innovation will be increasingly key to their success.