We don't just want Data Mill North to be an open data repository, we want it to be part of the ever growing digital community in our region.  Whether it's innovation labs, hack days or lightening talks if it's going on we'll promote it here.  So, if you're arranging anything, get in touch and we'd only be too happy to help promote it!

Upcoming Events

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Kx Retail & Consumer Products Data & Technology Event

Date: 07/11/2017

Venue: The Tetley
Hunslet Rd
LS10 1JQ

Join us at this event for retail and consumer product professionals to understand how data and technology is going to revolutionise their industries. Learn about the inaugural Kx Retail Innovation Index and hear how leading worldwide brands such as ASDA and Telefonica are putting data and technology at the heart of their business.

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ODI Training – Open Data in a Day

Date: 01/01/2017 - 31/12/2017

Venue: ODI Leeds

New to open data? Get started with our one-day interactive course run by our experts. You will learn how to discover, use and describe the benefits of open data and how they impact your organisation.

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Past Events

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ODI Lunchtime Lecture: “Data Protection in Developing Countries”

Date: 13/10/2017

Venue: ODI Leeds, Munro House

With technology becoming ever more widely used in our daily activities, our digital footprints are getting bigger. Our online activities are being captured – from shopping to socialising – and creating an unprecedented number of data points. Central to this issue the control and use of personal data – and how people’s privacy and personal … Read More »

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#TravelHack 2 – Fare Enough

Date: 10/10/2017

Venue: ODI Leeds, Munro House
Duke Street

With a working title of #TravelHack2 – Fare Enough, the event is focused on the presentation of fare information to customers, expanding on the ideas and explorations from #TravelHack1.

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IoT: Healthcare. Connecting the sick and the elderly

Date: 21/09/2017

Venue: Sensor City
31 Russell Street
L3 5LJ

Connecting and monitoring patients has tangible benefits to society, but at what cost? Prof. Matt Wilson explores both the opportunities and pitfalls of what connected healthcare could bring and change how we treat our sick and elderly in the future.

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