DECODE: Whose Data is it Anyway?
DECODE: giving people back control of their data; Women StartUp Challenge Europe; VR for doctors; Turning a French art gallery into a recording studio
DECODE is a new EU project aimed at giving people a greater sense of control over their own data. Click talks to two of the organisers, Eddie Copeland and Francesca Bria, about accessing and sharing data from the big tech companies and realising the ambitions of the project.
The nonprofit Women Who Tech and primary sponsor Craig Newmark recently announced the winners of the Women Startup Challenge Europe. Women-led startup Simprints received the grand prize, a grant of €50,000 cash and one-on-one mentoring with Wikipedia Founder, Jimmy Wales. Click talks to Allyson Kapin, founder of Women Who Tech, about the prize.
Sasha Kljakovic of The Institute for Innovation and Improvement at Waitemata DHB is about to start a pilot study using VR to train junior doctors in how to respond to emergencies. Simon Morton reports.
The French pavilion for the Venice Art Biennale 2017 has been transformed by the artist Xavier Veilhan into a musical space in which professional musicians from all over the world will work throughout the duration of the exhibition. Gareth Mitchell talks Xavier Veilhan about the transformation.
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Producer: Colin Grant