We must address all of the challenges if Artificial Intelligence is to save time, money, and lives, writes Lord Holmes of Richmond
The Government must demonstrate that it is serious about ending the illegal and exploitative practice of unpaid internships, writes Lord Holmes
What could a social contract based on data for public good look like, asks Lord Holmes.
Conservative peer Lord Holmes writes for PoliticsHome ahead his PQ warning that if the Government approaches the fourth industrial revolution from a siloed, departmental specific perspective we will fail and fast.
It’s painfully clear the law on unpaid work experience is not fit for purpose. Now it's time to act, writes Lord Holmes
Fintech has the opportunity to be 'illustrative and enabling of inclusion', says Lord Holmes.
Conservative peer, Lord Holmes, writes on the danger of “shared space” for blind people and calls upon local authorities to put inclusive design at the heart of their work in the public realm.
Ahead of his debate on social mobility, Lord Holmes writes for PoliticsHome arguing Britain must ensure that opportunities are open to all.
Former Paralympic swimmer Lord Holmes writes from the Rio Paralympic Games which he says will continue to inspire, excel and delight and 'Paralympify the planet'.
Tory peer Lord Holmes calls upon parliamentarians to support his PMB to outlaw unpaid internships and consign the practice to the classics.