The top five things to consider when outsourcing

Being legally compliant isn’t enough – we need to be aware of public perceptions of how their data is used Over the last few years there have been countless transformational projects with big data, especially those that tap into big data’s ability to provide new and improved services for the public good. But there’s also a danger that analytics, unchecked, can do social harm by indirectly discriminating against certain groups. The London Fire Brigade uses data analytics to predict fire risk areas, while New York City uses analytics to improve parking and traffic control. There’s even a project involving a food bank run by churches in Liverpool. It uses data analytics to get quick insights into how often the food bank is used, who is using it, why they’re using it and where they’re from. While these…

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