12th MAY 2021 – THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT
The year of worldwide public health emergency has also proved to be the year of data. Not only has the general public had a crash course in statistical literacy, but Government has been increasingly active in furthering the use of data and AI. Over the last year a number of crucial papers have been published including the National Data Strategy, the Geospatial Strategy, and guidelines for acquiring, building and using AI capabilities in the public sector.
It’s clear that data and information is now the number one asset for public sector organisations wishing to transform outcomes for citizens, and there is huge excitement about the possibilities.
But there’s trepidation too, with civil society organisations raising increasingly loud alarm bells over privacy and algorithmic justice. It’s also not clear whether all public bodies have the infrastructure, resources and most important the competence to take advantage of the new approaches.
At this conference we will take a joined-up look at all of the opportunities and challenges for public bodies and their suppliers, hearing from a diverse range of exciting speakers about current thinking and best practices.
We have a strong history of creating engaging public sector conferences, using top government speakers, across topics such as Digital Transformation, Digital Identity, Cybersecurity and AI.
Network with and learn from the experiences of your public sector colleagues from across both local and central government departments.
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