Postponed due to illness, new date t.b.c.
A Centre for Complexity Science seminar. The rapid increase in data availability has opened up novel opportunities for policy makers to design policies based on better, more up-to-date data about the state of society. In this talk, I will first discuss how data and data science can be used to better understand our society, such as measuring travel flows or estimating the English index of multiple deprivation. I will then share my experience of collaborating with a range of UK policy makers, such as the data science team in 10 Downing Street, and discuss how research can be co-designed to deliver impact.