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New Technology Study: Second Call for Evidence

A second short consultation (now closed) to inform the Commission's report, Data for the Public Good.

Tagged: Digital & Data

The Commission is carrying out a study to assess how new technologies can improve the productivity of infrastructure.

Our first call for evidence asked which technologies we should be considering, and the responses focussed predominantly on digital technologies.

Building on that initial evidence base, this call for evidence asks for input into four detailed case studies, which will inform our final report, to be published by the end of 2017.

The deadline for submissions is 15 September 2017.

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New Technologies

A study examining how new technologies such as AI and machine learning can improve infrastructure productivity.

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