Head of Technology Policy, 2013-15
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by Eddie Copeland | Oct 27, 2015On 16 October 2015, the founding director of New York’s Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics, Mike Flowers (now based at Enigma Technologies), visited Policy Exchange to record an interview with Eddie Copeland about his experiences of applying data analytics...
by Eddie Copeland | Sep 25, 2015Different policy instruments can sometimes achieve more when combined than they can apart. This may be true of behavioural insights (“Nudge”) and digital government. The idea of using behavioural psychology techniques to influence citizens’ decision making is well...
by Eddie Copeland | Sep 12, 2015The Peak Demand Problem What do public services have in common with the world of energy production and smart meters? The answer may be of interest to government departments seeking to identify budget savings of 25-40% in response calls for £20 billion of Whitehall...
by Eddie Copeland | Sep 3, 2015Interesting things happen when the price of a technology approaches zero. It makes possible new products and services, changes consumer behaviour and renders old problems and priorities obsolete. Take, for example, the plummeting cost of computer memory, which –...
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