All the latest news on digital decarbonisation.
Digital Decarbonisation at the World Economic Forum
Professors Tom Jackson and Ian Hodgkinson have joined by invitation the ‘ICT Roundtable Series: The Industry’s Energy Transition’ – a collaboration between the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Energy and Materials, the Forum’s ICT Industry team, and Accenture.
Professor Tom Jackson appointed Independent Scientific Advisor to The Alan Turing Institute
Professor Tom Jackson has been appointed as an Independent Scientific Advisor (ISA) within the BridgeAI programme at the Alan Turing Institute (ATI).
Digital decarbonisation feeds into National Digital Twin Programme
We're pleased to announce that Professors Ian Hodgkinson and Tom Jackson are feeding into the National Digital Twin Programme (NDTP).
Key article published encouraging digital decarbonisation discussions
Professors Ian Hodgkinson and Tom Jackson have had an article published to help digital decarbonisation discussions across the globe.
Digital decarbonisation represented in Paris ahead of Peace Forum
Professors Ian Hodgkinson and Tom Jackson have joined key meetings feeding into the AI theme at this year’s Paris Peace Forum.
Professors present at Archives and Records Association's digital sustainability event
On Thursday 5 October 2023, the Archives and Records Association (ARA) Section on Technology and Environmental Sustainability Groups hosted a joint event on digital sustainability and decarbonisation.
Pioneering professors join OECD.AI expert group
Following their world first work on digital decarbonisation, Professors Ian Hodgkinson and Tom Jackson have accepted by invitation to join the OECD.AI Policy Observatory Network of Experts, with a focus on Artificial Intelligence Compute and Climate.
Why we need to be responsible about data and the environment
Professor Tom Jackson and Professor Ian Hodgkinson have collaborated with the Open Data Institute on a blog that explores how the risk to environmental sustainability will only increase as data continues to proliferate.
How digital waste is polluting the planet
In an article co-Authored by Professors Tom Jackson and Ian Hodgkinson, Tom Tasker (Amazon Web Services), Sarah-Jane Smyth (London Data Company), and members of the Digital Decarbonisation Design Group, the threat of Dark Data, and Redundant, Obsolete or Trivial Data is discussed.
Three steps for businesses to make AI data and compute more sustainable
In an article on the OECD.AI website, Professors Tom Jackson and Ian Hodkingson discuss the environment impact of AI and outline three steps that can reduce the environmental impact of AI computing.
On track for 6.8 billion years of continuous movie streaming: Data, energy & need for digital decarbonization
Ian Hodgkinson, Lisa Jackson and Tom Jackson make the case for hidden carbon costs of digital technologies and the need for shining a spotlight on digital decarbonization in a blog post for the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation.
‘Dark data’ is killing the planet – we need digital decarbonisation
Professors Tom Jackson and Ian Hodkingson write in The Conversation about the growing need to address the energy cost of dark data