WEBINAR: Demystifying Blockchain for Improved Public Services

Date: Tuesday 18th June 2019 with GoToWebinar

14th National Digital Conference – ND19: Smart Places

Date: Thursday 20th June 2019 Location: Congress Centre, 28 Great Russell Street, Fitzrovia, London, WC1B 3LN

World Cafe Workshop: Emerging Tech & Service Delivery, considering Ethical questions

Date: Tuesday 18th June 2019 Location: 110 Rochester Row, Rippington Suite, London, SW1P 1JP

Modernising Criminal Justice Conference 2019

Date: Tuesday 11th June 2019 Location: QE11, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

UCISA Support Services Conference 2019

Hear expert Lisa Talia Moretti, Head of User Research at Methods discuss how AI is enabling wholesale surveillance, and changing the landscape in…

Fifteen Seconds Festival 2019

On June 6 and 7, Lisa Moretti, Head of UX Research at Methods will be joining 6,000 thinkers and makers in Graz, Austria for for two days packed with…

IABC Event: Future Fit 2019

Date: Wednesday 5th December 2018 Location: RICS, 12 Great George Street, Parliament Square, London, SW1P 3AD

Sleepwalkers Podcast: The Watchmen with Lisa Moretti

Hear expert Lisa Talia Moretti, Head of User Research at Methods discuss how AI is enabling wholesale surveillance, and changing the landscape in…

The Future of Artificial Intelligence Part 2 – Quantum Deep Learning

Welcome to the second article in a series of technical articles where I aim to explore the latest research and developments from the cutting-edge…

“Driverless cars? Yes please! But only if I can pay with my Oyster card…”

Recently the UK Government announced that driverless cars could be on British roads by the end of this year. That’s a fairly incredible announcement.…

The Future of Artificial Intelligence Part 1 – Probabilistic Programming Languages

In his article, ‘The Future of Artificial Intelligence - Probabilistic Programming Languages’ Jillur Quddus Technical Architect at Methods explains,…

It’s ok to experiment with emerging technology to unlock innovation and improved ways of working.

At Methods, we are currently seeing growing pressure for organisations to ‘do things differently’ by making use of these new technologies.