CoDE on the Road: ‘Blockchain for Good’ at techUK

What is the role for Blockchain Technologies in helping address the world’s global challenges? How can NGOs, charities and other third sector organizations exploit and capitalise on the potential of Blockchain Technology to deliver on their social and environmental agendas? CoDE was delighted to sponsor ‘Blockchain for Good’ (B4G) recently at techUK. It was a […]

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Banking, Medicine, and the Case for Open Data

There’s been lots of interest in Dr Carla Bonina’s recent interview on Open Data in a piece published at the Guardian in December. Below, Carla expands on further points from her field-leading research. Open data continues to be at center of stage in Europe and the countries that support the Open Government Partnership (OGP). Last […]

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Top 3 Takeaways from the FT Innovation Conference

  By guest blogger Roger Camrass, Visiting Professor of Management Practice at Surrey Business School   The large incumbents will not be able to reinvent themselves in time to compete with the newcomers. Remember reengineering in the nineties, and the e-commerce/dot.com boom-and-bust of 2000? This time the ‘bubble’ is all about Innovation. Lloyds Bank stated […]

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Blockchain, Brexit, and Digital Governance

CoDE’s ‘man about Europe,’ Dr Phil Godsiff, reports that if it’s summer it must be Brussels. Phil attended a blockchain conference organised by the Cobden Centre, a free trade think tank, where he contributed as one of the experts at a Round Table convened by and for MEPs. He followed that up with a workshop […]

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‘A Business within a Business’: Digital Banking

The CoDE team’s latest exploratory discussion was with a well-known French multinational bank and financial services company, to find out how CoDE’s unique blend of ‘on it’ and ‘in it’ could add value to a financial institution with an eye for digital innovation in banking. As Professor Alan Brown, co-director of CoDE, explained, ‘There’s a […]

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Cryptocurrencies: Bad, Good, and Everything In Between

CoDE’s Dr Richard Adams along with Dr Glenn Parry, with an award from RCUK’s Digital Economy NEMODE Network+, organised two influential workshops for mixed practitioner, policy-maker and academic audiences exploring Cryptocurrencies and the applications of Blockchain. The first workshop, Cryptocurrencies: Evil Empire or Digital Saviour? run in association with the Oxford Technology Media & Finance […]

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‘Big Data in Banking’ Round Table

The CoDE team’s Roger Maull, Professor of Management Systems in the Surrey Business School, was a featured panellist at the ‘Big Data in Banking’ Talend-Roundtable Event in London. Under discussion: Are legacy systems holding banks back from innovating? According to a new industry survey by Talend, 48% of banking industry professionals polled cite the limits […]

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Cryptocurrency and the ‘Ecology of Technology’

In the last budget, the government set aside £10m for research into cryptocurrencies – and the first grant has now been awarded to the Surrey Centre for the Digital Economy.   The EPSRC grant, CREDIT (Cryptocurrency Effects in Digital Transformations), is for £400k and will be led by Roger Maull, Professor of Management Systems at […]

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Cryptocurrencies and Digital Business

Cryptocurrencies are a form of digital technology that removes the requirement for a centralised authority to generate use and trust in a currency.   Cryptocurrencies are instead built on cryptography to create a network of mutual trust – trust in the currency is established not through a central authority – but by every member of the […]

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