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Kathy Peach

Kathy Peach

Head of the Centre for Collective Intelligence Design, Nesta
Kathy is the Head of the Centre for Collective Intelligence Design at Nesta, a global innovation foundation. The Centre explores how human and machine intelligence can be combined to develop innovative solutions to social challenges.

Prior to Nesta, Kathy was the Head of Innovation and Foresight at Bond, the network for global development organisations. In this role she spearheaded the use of futures techniques to open up thinking about new development pathways and pioneered work on business model innovation for international NGOs. She also held leadership roles at a range of non-profits, including disability charity Scope, international development agency VSO, and the public body Healthwatch England.

Kathy is also a board member of the Nobel prize-winning humanitarian charity MAG and a member of the 2018 Newton Prize Committee.

Coronavirus: how the pandemic has exposed AI’s limitations

Jul 21, 2020 14:04 pm UTC| Insights & Views Technology

It should have been artificial intelligences moment in the sun. With billions of dollars of investment in recent years, AI has been touted as a solution to every conceivable problem. So when the COVID-19 pandemic arrived,...

Emerging Market Crisis Series

Five ways collective intelligence can help beat coronavirus in developing countries

Apr 21, 2020 12:34 pm UTC| Technology Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic has so far had the greatest impact in developed economies with strong health systems. And the results have been terrifying. But the epicentre of the pandemic could soon shift again to low and...

Coronavirus: seven ways collective intelligence is tackling the pandemic

Mar 15, 2020 16:34 pm UTC| Technology

Tackling the emergence of a new global pandemic is a complex task. But collective intelligence is now being used around the world by communities and governments to respond. At its simplest, collective intelligence is...

Global Geopolitics Series

Brexit: wisdom of crowds proves effective predictor of Britain's chaotic EU departure

Jul 18, 2019 07:26 am UTC| Insights & Views

Winston Churchill once described Russia as a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Many feel the same about Brexit. Achieving Brexit is a fiendishly complex task. And when the process is led by a government with...

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Economy

UK inks stopgap trade deal with Canada to get ready for Brexit

The UK signed a stopgap agreement with Canada, allowing trade between the two countries to continue under the same terms as Canadas existing treaty with the EU. The two countries are working on a new bilateral...

UN agency's heavy fuel oil ban in Arctic criticized as outrageous

The Clean Arctic Alliance criticized as outrageous the UN agency International Maritime Organizations (IMO) ban on the use and carriage of heavy oil fuel (HFO) by ships in Arctic waters as it would come into effect only in...

Vietnam only Southeast Asian country poised for economic growth this year: IMF

Vietnam is the only Southeast Asian country identified by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be on track for economic growth this year, forecast at 2.4 percent. The IMF attributed the countrys decisive steps to...

S. Korea card spending up 6.3% during November shopping festival

Card spending in South Korea on Nov. 1 to 15 when the annual nationwide shopping festival FESTA was held amounted to 37.4 trillion won, rising 6.3 percent from a year earlier. The shopping festival drew a total of 1,784...

US to add 4 more in list of Chinese military-backed firms

The Trump administration is poised to designate four more Chinese companies as backed by its countrys military, curbing their access to US investors. The designations would increase the number in the list of Communist...

Politics

Melania Trump humiliated: FLOTUS told to just leave after giving updates on the White House's Christmas decors

Melania Trump was bashed and harsh comments were posted on social media. This comes after she revealed the Christmas tree that will be set up in the White House for the coming holidays this year. On Nov. 23, she tweeted...

Donald Trump: GSA approves Biden's transition process but POTUS declares his fight will continue

Donald Trump finally concedes and admits defeat but not fully because while he will allow the transition to Joe Bidens administration to begin, he still insists that they will prevail. The announcement was made on Monday...

Joe Biden reaffirms ties between US and New Zealand in phone call with NZ PM Jacinda Aldern

President-elect Joe Biden is already communicating with foreign leaders as part of reaffirming relations between the US and their respective countries. One of Bidens most recent calls is with New Zealand Prime Minister...

Barack Obama revelation: Memoir reveals Angela Merkel was initially skeptical of ex-POTUS

Former President Barack Obama recently published his memoir titled, A Promised Land, where he reveals a lot about his time in politics and even after leaving the White House in 2017. Recent excerpts from his memoir reveal...

Science

NASA discovery: Experts say Hubble Space Telescope may have captured a black hole

Out of all the cosmic entities to exist in the universe, none has been as mysterious as the black hole, a phenomena that have yet to be witnessed. Experts at NASA recently claimed that the Hubble Space Telescope may have...

Climate change: New study shows changes in migration patterns of Arctic animals due to changing temperatures

Climate change has affected parts of the world such as Antarctica and Greenland the most, with animals that reside in these icy regions also suffering from its effects. A new study has revealed how migration patterns of...

NASA discovery: Hubble Space Telescope captures 'cinnamon bun' shaped galaxy 31 million light-years away

Galaxies tend to look very similar to one another but only vary in size. NASA and ESAs Hubble Space Telescope has captured one galaxy that has an unusual shape 31 million light-years away. The Hubble found an...

Mars mission: Elon Musk says first settlers on Red Planet will live in glass domes

One of the goals when it comes to the upcoming Mars missions is to colonize the neighboring planet. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk recently stated that those who would become the first settlers on the red planet would have to live...

Technology

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ gameplay leaks in a 20-minute online stream

Cyberpunk 2077 is a few weeks away from its fourth release date, but a short segment of its gameplay has apparently been leaked online. Meanwhile, CD Projekt Red announced the RPG will be released with a feature that will...

The Game Awards 2020: ‘The Last of Us Part 2’ and ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ compete for GOTY

As many fans expected, two of the biggest PlayStation-exclusive titles, The Last of Us Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima, have joined the coveted list of nominees for the Game of the Year award for The Game Awards 2020. Video...

‘PUBG Mobile India’ 2020 launch is likely as APK download briefly went live

It appears that the hope for PUBG Mobile India to launch soon is close to becoming a reality. Its APK download reportedly went live for a brief moment recently hinting at the possibility that the game could go live for...

Samsung Galaxy S21’s reported S Pen support could make the Galaxy Note series obsolete

Samsungs popular phablet lineup might no longer be part of the companys plans in 2021. Speculations about the cancellation of the Galaxy Note line heighten following reports that at least one of the upcoming Galaxy S21...
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