Data Science

What data dominance really means, and how countries can compete

Digital companies take low-value 'raw' data and turn it into high-value competitive advantage Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Toby Phillips

Head of Research and Policy for the Pathways for Prosperity Commission, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

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