Businesses and the self-employed have received significant financial support from the UK Government during the Covid-19 crisis, and the debts of NHS hospital trusts have been wiped out. Many voluntary organisations and community groups are under pressure too, facing reduced income at just the time when demand for their services has risen hugely. Should voluntary organisations receive support too?
Julien Cornebise is a mathematician who wants to help non-profits use Artificial Intelligence. After leaving DeepMind in 2016, Julien began working pro-bono for Amnesty International, helping them scale up their analysis of satellite images of Darfur to gather evidence for a 2016 campaign to highlight atrocities taking place there. He also helped develop a tool to track abuse of […]
As the end of 2019 approaches, we share some of the books we’ve been reading at The Marshall Institute that have sparked conversation and proved provocative. Each have a connection in some way with the mission of the Institute.
Stephan Chambers, Institute Director:
Paul Collier, The Future of Capitalism: Facing the New Anxieties
Our conversation with Paul Collier and The Philanthropy Workshop […]