We have a jam packed episode of tech-for-goodness lined up for you this week. There’s a large increase of folks using NHS technology, there’s something on the agenda about brain implants and paralysis and feared sale of .org has been stopped. Huzzah!
And our special guest this week is Mike Nolan.
Mike is a software engineer, open-source consultant, AI transparency & ethics researcher, and humanitarian aid worker. He’s working with the UNICEF Innovation Fund to assist in developing sustainable open source community strategies.
This weeks topics
Stat of the week:
And why some believe that isn't so reasonable - The Register
Charity news of the week:
Tech news of the week:
.org sale blocked by ICANN:
The UK games industry will give 85,000 free games to NHS workers - Video Game Chronicles
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