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The Local Smart City Experiment: What Covid-19 is teaching us about urban living
2020 is an extraordinary year. This year, people across the world will experience for the first time, first-hand, a completely different lifestyle to the one...Read more
Open Data in the age of PropTech – who is in control?
As real estate’s interest in venture capital investments grows, you may have heard that PropTech is the new (albeit smaller) cousin of FinTech. PropTech, defined...Read more
January Pinks – Amanda’s CEO Round Up
It’s been a busy old January. I am not sure why and am left wondering if it is a ripple in the pool of Brexit....Read more
OpenUK Amicus Brief in Google v Oracle copyright law suit
Open Source Attorney, Van Lindberg discusses the filing with the U.S. Supreme Court of an amicus brief including OpenUK. An amicus brief is filed in...Read more
Karen Sandler talks “Digital Autonomy” in advance of her OpenUK Healthcare keynote in London on 6 February
Digital autonomy – our ability to choose and control how technology integrates in our live- has never been more important. It also has never been...Read more
How open source can live up to its name in a post-Brexit world
Amanda Brock, CEO at OpenUK and keynote speaker at Tech Leaders Summit, explores how open source can thrive in a post-Brexit worldRead more
“Some people have all the luck” Neil McGovern, Executive Director, Gnome Foundation
Some people have all the luck – by Neil McGovern.Read more
DG Connect: Open Source 2020 and Beyond
The European Commission is taking Open Source, Open Hardware and Open Data seriously and recognising the need to take real and defined steps to move...Read more