Latest ideas and thoughts from our chief executive Matthew Taylor.
The government’s new Review on AI is a welcome reprieve from the excessive fear that hangs over automation. The UK could be a world leader in this technology, if only we let ourselves.
Three months on from the launch of the Government review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy, Matthew Taylor reflects on its impact and next steps.
Mariana Mazzucato, Professor in the Economics of Innovation and Public Value at UCL and Director, Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose discusses why we urgently need Mission Oriented Innovation Policy.
8th September 2017
The RSA and the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) at UCL co-hosted an exclusive retreat session at European Forum Alpbach’s Political Symposium in August 2017.
After years of de-industrialisation and a focus on developing the knowledge economy, it is unsurprising that manufacturing has something of an image problem in the UK. Is it time we re-evaluated that?
Warnings about autonomous weapons must be heeded. But we cannot hope to tackle society's biggest ills without embracing the new machine age.
Our new report with FSB calls for a movement of mass self-organising among the self-employed. Ben Dellot gives an overview of the report’s findings.
Following the release of our new report ‘The Self Organising Self-Employed’, FSB chairman Mike Cherry blogs on the importance of collaborative initiatives and what the Government can do to support them.
14th June 2017
We call for a movement of mass self-organising among the self-employed, and set out a number of ideas to take grassroots initiatives from the margins to the mainstream.
Find out which Fellow-led projects were awarded the first RSA Catalyst grants of 2017.