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Mark Broadie’s data-driven research into the millions of shots struck by players has radically altered the game
The story of how a budget airline wrongfooted the ONS remains a cautionary data lesson
With more data at their fingertips, lenders are finding new ways to serve farmers in developing countries
US data group seeking government contracts In Europe faces pushback over privacy concerns
Christo Grozev’s investigative journalism put his life in peril but he won’t give up
People are routinely more pessimistic in their world view than they would be if they understood the statistics
Proposed figure would be largest settlement achieved in a US data privacy class action and biggest paid by Facebook parent
The Japanese people are reluctant to share their personal data with the government in the form of ID cards. Can a robot help?
At the moment, we have the worst of both worlds: researchers struggle to access data yet leaks are almost inevitable
Satellite imagery suggests emissions may exceed what mining companies have been reporting
What we have are innumerable different collections of information, each of them specific to a particular application
The technology of vaccine verification is assisting our return to normal life but at what cost?
As medics strive to harness health information, Silicon Valley is stepping in with tools, though regulation is a concern
Nightingale Open Science data show what actually happened to patients rather than relying on doctor’s notes
Data from Finnish group Kone underline the growing power of unconventional data to reveal behavioural trends
Fraudulent research wastes the time of scientists who try to build on it and the money of agencies who support it
The scale of future growth is immense and investors need to ask where and when the tide of disruption will strike next
The potential to do good is enormous but if a sceptical public opts out, it will be lost forever
Latest example of telecoms working with tech sector to reduce costs and unlock value of data
‘A fragile statistical infrastructure can mean the difference between life and death for millions’
The incentives and opportunities for harvesting valuable personal information have multiplied
If Andrés Arauz takes control of the South American oil exporting country in April there is likely to be much structural monetary experimentation.
Pandemic spurs shift away from traditional metrics of economic growth
London-based firm taps interest in hard assets in rare foray by a financial group into sector
In the crisis innovation came to the rescue. Now the data companies must be forced to change