The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office - National Artificial Intelligence Strategy for Mexico
The UK Embassy in Mexico, with support from the Office of the Mexican President, commissioned Oxford Insights to draft a national AI strategy for the Government of Mexico. Mexico will be the first Latin American country, and among the first ten countries in the world, to publish a national AI strategy.
Working with our Mexican partners C Minds, we have interviewed Mexican experts in government, academia, startups and industry to help design a strategy that capitalises on Mexico’s unique circumstances. Our approach has included time spent in-country, public events, private focus groups, organising a reciprocal visit for Mexican officials, and conducting a range of additional qualitative and quantitative research.
Our findings and recommendations for Mexico’s adoption of AI can be found here.
Centre for Public Impact - Finding Legitimacy project
We helped to organise discussion events in Brussels, Brixton, New Delhi, Mexico City and Regina, Canada, bringing together people from diverse backgrounds to understand how citizens across the world view their governments. Alongside this, we curated an extensive series of articles exploring legitimacy from different perspectives.
You can read about the results of the project here.
Bernard van Leer Foundation - Getting the Best from Data Dashboards report
We worked with the Open Data Institute to produce a report investigating how data dashboards can help city authorities make better policies for early child development
Based on interviews with experts and practitioners in early childhood development, cities, and government data teams, we developed recommendations for creating and designing an effective data dashboard.
Read the final report here.
Oxford Insights’ Government AI Readiness Index
We designed and published our own index to help answer the question: 'how ready are the governments of the OECD countries to implement AI for public service delivery'?
Based on a combination of nine input metrics, ranging from in-country digital skills to government innovation, we calculated a score and rankings system for OECD governments. Our findings were picked up by media outlets and public officials around the world, including being cited by the UK PM Theresa May in her address at the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos.
See the rankings and read the report here.
Open Data Leaders Network, Ukraine
We worked with the Open Data Institute as part of the Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services (TAPAS) initiative in Ukraine, to shape a unique curriculum for leaders of open data and digital transformation programmes in the country's federal ministries and cities.
Read more about our work in Ukraine here.