Event Type: Webinar
By UK Authority
About this event
Are automation and artificial intelligence core to the future of our health and public sector?
During the pandemic automation, or Robotic Process Automation (RPA), was deployed by many across local government and the NHS to automate the tsunami of new tasks related to covid testing and vaccinations. It’s reliability and efficiency has played a starring role and has much to bring to the sector as we move forward.
Meanwhile from intelligent automation to machine learning and artificial intelligence we are exploring new ways to visualise and use data to gain insight into the impacts of action – or inaction – on our world.
With the power to free time, release scarce resources and supercharge innovation, the question is, should these be specialist skills or embedded as foundational tools for the future of public services?
This event is free to attend for the public sector and accredited for five hours CPD.
Please register using your public sector email. Please note that registrations from personal email addresses may be rejected.
Speakers and agenda
The agenda for this event will be finalised shortly. Contact Helen Olsen Bedford if you are interested in speaker or sponsorship opportunities: email@example.com
For a flavour of this virtual event visit last year’s AI & Bots4Good 2020
Who should attend?
All those involved in developing or implementing RPA, intelligent automation and artificial intelligence to help improve outcomes for our citizens and patients, including, but not limited to, NHS, Local Authority and Central Government Chief Information Officers, Chief Digital / Data Officers, Data Scientists / Analysts, Heads of and Seniors of IT and Automation, Assistant and Chief Executives, Members, Heads of and leaders in Customer Services, Social Services, Environmental Services, Transformation or Change.
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