Webinar: AI-Driven Data-Sharing in Government

10-11am | Wednesday 5 June

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Open data and information-sharing in government offer huge potential for unlocking deeper insights and developing new services for citizens. While Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are driving unprecedented opportunities for innovation, they also present new challenges around privacy, transparency and accountability.

This online discussion will explore how public sector agencies are working through technical, cultural and ethical issues around AI to drive value from their shared data.

Enhancing Accessibility in Government Data:

  • How AI and ML are being used to support inter-agency data sharing - and what’s coming next
  • Building data infrastructure and capacity
  • How to implement data governance frameworks
  • Promoting open data standards and interoperable formats

Challenges in Inter-Government Data Sharing:

  • Overcoming siloed data repositories and disparate formats
  • Tackling technical limitations and interoperability issues
  • Building accountability and transparency into AI algorithms

The webinar will include interactive Q&A sessions to help participants develop their own strategies around AI-enabled data sharing and open data initiatives.

John Kelly sq
charles baird

John Kelly

Chief Data Officer,
HM Treasury

Charles Baird

Chief Data Architect,
Office for National Statistics

AI-Driven Data-sharing panellist
David Wilde GM GovX Digital

Andrew Newland

Director Central Government, Snowflake

Host - David Wilde

GM and Founder, Government Transformation Magazine