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Polly Mackenzie – How has lockdown changed our relationship with tech | Episode 4 – Digital Society Podcast

In this episode of the Digital Society Podcast, Polly Mackenzie and Atos’ Kulveer Ranger discuss how lockdown has forced many of us to re-evaluate our relationship with tech.

Polly and Kulveer also explore how the debate around the Government’s proposed Digital Strategy has moved on and how policy makers are changing their approach to the tech sector as a whole.

Now the Chief Executive of Demos, Polly Mackenzie played a key role in the Coalition Government as Nick Clegg’s Director of Policy between 2010 and 2015, during which time she helped write the 2010 Coalition Agreement.

Speaker - Polly Mackenzie

Chief Executive of Demos

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Host - Kulveer Ranger

SVP, Head of Strategy, Marketing, Comms & Public Affairs, Northern Europe & APAC

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The Digital Society Podcast, hosted by Kulveer Ranger, SVP Strategy & Communications at Atos, brings together journalists, politicos and key policy influencers to discuss how technology will shape our lives going forward and how decision makers can work to ensure it benefits all citizens by helping us achieve things once thought unimaginable.

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