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THINK AI FOR PUBLIC SECTOR 2017
Fri 23 June 2017, 10:00 – 16:30 BST
The debate around Artificial Intelligence and the delivery of government services is now raging!
AI offers the potential to automate layer upon layers of manual process within the Civil Service, which could save the government a projected £17bn in wages by 2030 whilst also supporting the efficiency agenda. However, the advancing of technology brings with it a multitude of concerns around the future of the workforce.
THINK AI for Public Sector will address all of the main issues around this new and very hot topic.. The conference will bring together expert speakers from with the government and AI industry as well as research and analyst leads who will share their knowledge and experience, informing of what is possible and how to best manage the transition and associated factors of change. On the day you will also hear about current live projects where AI technology is already in place and see the impact that it has had.
This topic is a vital new addition to our government conference portfolio.
Our conference speakers include:
Stephen Metcalfe MP Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on AI
Chi Onwurah MP, Shadow Minister for Industrial Strategy Science and Innovation
Eleonora Harwich, AI Research Specialist at Reform Think Tank,
Rocco Labellarte – Assistant Director of Information technology at Enfield Council
Andrew Grant – Chief Executive at Aylesbury Vale Council
Gary Barnett - Head of End-User Advisory at GlobalData
Tim Page - Senior Policy Advisor at TUC (invited)
Sir Alan Wilson - CEO at Alan Turing Institute (invited)
Alan Mak MP - Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Forth Industrial Revolution
Professor Dame Wendy Hall CBE - Southampton University (invited)
The conference is free for public sector executives to register and you can do so via the conference website.
Who should attend:
Chief Information Officers. Heads and Seniors of all Digital roles, Customer Services, Transformation or Change Leads, Heads of IT, Assistant Chief Executives, Business Managers, Commercial Managers, Behavioural and change leaders.