AI and your job
This research shows that the opportunity, at least for the present, is for businesses to train their people to work with AI - collaboratively - rather than AI being a source of job loss.
The exam question: How do we make algorithms do the right thing?
Algorithms that change people's lives - for example when estimating students' grades - should now meet strict standards of ethics and competence, according to a BCS report.
CDEI and BCS study into Ethical Maturity of AI Practice
Mandy Chessell CBE FREng FBCS, Distinguished Engineer and Master Inventor at IBM, discusses a new joint study between CDEI and BCS to develop practical guidance on embedding ethical practice in MSc courses on Machine Learning and Data Science.
Scaling up the Ethical Artificial Intelligence MSc Pipeline
Final report to the Office for AI covering frameworks and models of Industry-funded Masters Courses in Machine Learning and related AI skills.
Virtual festival of digital skills: 2021 the economic road ahead
This report examines the digital skills needed to nurture future resilience across areas such as education, training, healthcare, social care, and that will create a thriving, prosperous economy that helps all of us in every part of the UK.
Post-16 level 2 and below study and qualifications in England
This response covers the consultation question 'Do you agree that we should remove funding approval from the level 2 ICT FSQ and level 2 ICT User qualifications?'
BCS response to the IfATE second funding consultation
The digitalisation of public life during the COVID-19 pandemic presents an unprecedented opportunity to drive a more comprehensive digital agenda encompassing access, literacy, skills, and safety.
How will BCS support the Government's job plan?
BCS wants to use our roles as the professional body for IT, to assist the government in helping people regain employment and benefit from quality training.
Digital skills consultation
BCS welcomes the opportunity to submit evidence to the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Digital Skills call for evidence on the impact of COVID-19 and lessons learned for improving digital skills in the future.
Royal Society - After the reboot: computing education in UK schools
BCS contributed to a landmark Royal Society report in 2017 that led to the government setting up of the National Centre for Computing Education, thereby improving the quality of computer science teaching in schools.
Anticipated acquisition by NVIDIA of Arm’s Intellectual Property Group business
Joint response by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT and Hermann Hauser, Co-founder, Venture Partner, Amadeus Capital Partners; Co-founder, Arm.
National data strategy
As explained by the Rt Hon. Oliver Dowden CBE MP the National Data Strategy
is intended to fulfil the “government’s wider ambition for a thriving, fast-growing digital sector in the UK, underpinned by public trust”.
How to level up the economic performance across the UK
BCS response to a request by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy for input to its roundtable.
IT leaders report
Each year we survey IT leaders to discover what their views are about the rapidly evolving world of tech. This year we found that cyber security is the main issue that keeps senior manager awake at night.
Consultation response to the DCMS National Data Strategy
BCS is one of the professional engineering institutes providing a collective response to the call for evidence through the new National Engineering Policy Centre, under the auspices of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Online Harms whitepaper
BCS welcomes and urges the need for effective and reasonable social media regulation, however it is important users and organisations are aware of their respective responsibilities in the use of social media platforms.
Brexit and IT
BCS comments on IT and exiting the European Union.
Contact tracing apps
BCS response to “How can contact tracing apps be managed to assist Government in answering key questions to address the current crisis and enjoy public support?”
BCS response the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Diversity and Inclusion in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
This response specifically looks at the IT sector in terms of gender and ethnicity given the extent of under-representation in the industry.
BCS Insights research 2020
Our BCS Insights 2020 report is informed by BCS research from the last six months. The additional reports feature BCS analysis on the latest ONS figures as well as exclusive member research on AI, diversity and the state of the IT industry in 2020.
BCS Insights research 2019
Our BCS Insights 2019 report is informed by BCS research from the last six months. The additional nine reports feature BCS analysis on the latest ONS figures as well as exclusive member research on AI, diversity and the state of the IT industry in 2019.