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APPG AI Evidence Meeting - Data Governance in the Post-Brexit Era: Is the National Data Strategy ambitious enough?
In September 2020, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport released the National Data Strategy (NDS). The document outlines the government's data strategy in several areas which include the creation of data foundations, data skills development, and the trusted use of data. Overall, the NDS aims at facilitating the secure and efficient collection, managing, and sharing of data in the public and private sectors. It further proposes the development of shared standards to enable a safe cross-border data exchange.

Overcoming data governance issues is an urgent matter to guarantee the smooth exchange of data between the UK and EU/EEA states after the UK's exit from the EU. In this meeting we would like to discuss if the UK's National Data Strategy is ambitious enough to meet the data challenges that new technologies and political changes will bring in the next years. Further, in line with the international outlook of the APPG AI, we would like to discuss the UK's approach to data governance in the context of the European data strategy which outlines the creation of a single market that allows for a free flow of data within the EU and across sectors.

Jan 25, 2021 05:30 PM in London

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