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The Behavioural Insights Team exists to improve people’s lives and communities. We work in partnership with governments, local authorities, businesses and charities, often using simple changes to tackle major policy problems.
Over the last eight years, the Team has grown...
This report seeks to show that a mentally healthy workplace can only be achieved when it is a business priority. It brings together key research findings and other expert resources to put forward a holistic approach to help employers transform awareness into action that promotes...
A conversation with researchers and advocates about mental health and the impact of economics and the changing nature of work
The code tackles a number of emerging ethical challenges associated with the use of data-driven technologies in the NHS and the wider health and care system.
If we’re serious about improving access to mental health care, we need to look to online therapies.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to provide social, economic, and environmental benefits. For Australia to realise these benefits, it’s important for citizens to have trust in how AI is being designed, developed and used by business and government.
The question of whether technology is good or bad depends on how it’s developed and used. Nowhere is that more topical than in technologies using artificial intelligence.
When developed and used appropriately, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform the way we live,...
This article identifies some of the dangers of viewing the success of new technologies as inevitable in relation to health and education. While there are many reasons to be optimistic that technology will be a potential catalyst for massive positive disruption, Stefan Dercon highlights the...
With great power comes great responsibility. Organizations can mitigate the risks of applying artificial intelligence and advanced analytics by embracing three principles.
This policy brief outlines some of the gender-specific dimensions of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) that universal health coverage (UHC) must address, and presents a number of recommendations to improve the health and wellbeing of girls and women.