Future technologies and the way government works

Marcus Shepheard of the Institute for Government in London has posted a hopeful overview of how future technologies will be used in government in the coming years. These technologies — the devices and softwares driving what has been called the “fourth industrial revolution” — will, in Shepheard’s words, “fundamentally reshape government workforces and change how … More Future technologies and the way government works


It has been claimed that the core premise of civic tech is to “convert digitally-enabled forms of mass engagement into real change.” Aside from whether this is feasible, it might also be asked, is it so? Is such “change” actually the main objective of civic tech? What might this change look like? Enter vTaiwan. Taiwan … More vTaiwan