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About Christopher Joynson


Digital Transformation Consultant and member of the Scientific Community

Christopher is a Digital Transformation Consultant with experience of strategic projects across financial services and central government. As a member of the Scientific Community, Christopher brings his background in law and a fresh innovative mindset to offer holistic perspectives on the implications of technological change for our society. His main area of interest is the digital divide, and how we can ensure that sections of our society are not left behind by the digital world.




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Articles posted by Christopher Joynson

A millennial’s view: The future of healthcare

My wearables have been measuring my sleep, temperature, heart rate as well as my eating habits and exercize performance. Through comparing this data against the available health data base and my past performance, it has noticed a downward trend and a slight temperature increase. When I wake up in the morning, my phone suggests that I could be…

Let’s start a revolution

If someone had told me 25 years ago that I would actively seek to pay more for my food, clothing and toiletries I would not have believed them. Then rose the age of the conscious consumer and entire business models began to be built on corporate social responsibility. Now I want my eggs free range, my shower gel organic and to know where my…

Corporate Digital Responsibility: Principles to guide progress

Over the past two years our work in the Scientific Community has explored the implications of the ever-increasing pace of technological change on society. What we have found is that this is most acutely felt by those that are left behind by the latest technologies; those that feel worry towards online banking, that feel uncomfortable with having a voice…

Digital Society - Finding beauty in the chaos

Imagine the scene – waves and waves of technology crashing against the shoreline of our society, spreading out far and wide, to then dissipate into a distant ‘retro’ memory. Geographies across the shoreline are impacted by each wave in different ways and at different times – some have been at the forefront for years and are…

Digital Society: How should we govern the online world?

In February 2017, executives from Twitter, Google and Facebook came before the Home Affairs Select Committee of MPs and were criticised for their failure to censor content. I couldn't help but sense the irony here. Here are a group of MPs serving an electorate of circa 65 million people, lecturing executives of supranational organisations serving just…