On the 14th October, John Taysom addressed the Turing Institute’s Financial Summit at the British Library. This was a gathering of some of the UK’s most prominent and influential thinkers in the financial, data and security sectors. The latest issues and uses of financial data were discussed, including how the Institute’s work in data science could benefit the UK’s financial services sector.
In his speech, John discussed the broad subject of data privacy in a digital age. John chose to approach the subject, not from whether privacy is good or bad, if data is useful or overhyped, but instead to ask: how much privacy do we need?