Cambridge Institute for Public Policy (CIPP)

Cambridge Institute for Public Policy (CIPP)

The Cambridge Institute for Public Policy is launching in April 2018. The Institute will be conducting high-level academic and policy research, as well as expanding the portfolio of public policy education and training offered at the University of Cambridge.

Address: Department of Politics and International Studies, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB3 9DT
Country: United Kingdom
Membership type:Cambridge University Department

the Institute will oversee a variety of activities, including:

  • A new dedicated series of talks, workshops, and professionally run policy seminars and public events.
  • A new blog showcasing cutting-edge research on key policy issues, hosted and edited at the Institute.
  • Expanding the portfolio of education and training associated with public policy at Cambridge, building on the successful and growing M.Phil in Public Policy.
  • Conducting high-level academic and policy research in several areas of particular interest, including Place and public policy, Re-making government in the 21st century, and Science and the Crisis of Democracy.
Mustafa Suleyman and Baroness Martha Lane Fox

Event explores 'New technology and the future of public policy'

Some of the major opportunities and challenges which artificial intelligence (AI) poses today - and how policy-makers should seek to harness its potential - will be discussed by Mustafa Suleyman, co­founder and Head of Applied AI at DeepMind, at an event in Cambridge next month.

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