OpenUK launches The Open Manifesto

Three asks of the new government to support open-source technology to boost economy

Penny Horwood
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The manifesto launched last week at an event at Kings College, London and brought together a host of speakers including economist and journalist Will Hutton and Neil Lawrence, Deepmind Professor of Machine Learning at Cambridge University and author.

Last week, OpenUK launched it's new report, State of Open: The UK in 2024, Phase 2: ‘The Open Manifesto'.  The report has been timed to coincide with the election of a new government, and centre...

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