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Pushing the boundaries of public sector data


Helen Olsen Bedford Publisher

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is now high on the agenda for the UK public sector.

There has been plenty of speculation about the potential risks, highlighted when the UK Government staged its AI Safety Summit. But there is also a widespread appreciation of the potential, and examples emerging of AI used for the public good. And there is an eagerness to establish good practice, much of it deriving from earlier lessons from the sector in the more general use of data.

The issues came under the spotlight at UKAuthority's AI & Data4Good virtual conference in October 2023, bringing together a range of specialists, public sector officials and industry representatives. 

More than 300 delegates took part in the three day online event. Speakers shared perspectives and examples of the right balance between managing risks and achieving innovation and took part in lively discussions and Q&A sessions with delegate participation too.

AI & Data4Good 2024 takes place on 16-18 October - Register here

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