March 24th 2020 | Central London

Agenda

The 1st Annual Public Technology Summit features events on Leadership and AI & Automation. Click on the tabs below to view both agendas.

Leadership Agenda

09.00

Registration, refreshments and networking

09.50

Chair's Introduction

10.00

Keynote: The next decade of transofrmation - the public sector in 2030

10.20

Headline Sponsor

10.40

Panel discussion: Driving a digital culture in and beyond your organisation

  • Delivering whole organisation transformation
  • Working in collaboration to transform services
  • Empowering citizen autonomy with greater access to services

11.10

Refreshments, exhibition and networking

11.40

Sustainable services from the top down: Harnessing technology for a greener organisation

  • Working smarter: Using technology for a more sustainable way of working for your staff and customers
  • Successfully integrating digital transformation into your wider sustainability goals
  • Leading private sector insight
  • Delivering culture change to boost staff participation in sustainable services

12:25

Leading the change: Creating, engaging and developing a more inclusive organisation

  • Embedding diversity at the recruitment stage
  • Assessing and overcoming internal barriers
  • Using technology to meet the needs of a diverse workforce

13.10

Lunch, exhibition and networking

14.10

Afternoon keynote: Addressing the latest cyber security threats and preparing for the future

14.40

Not afraid to fail: Tackling a culture of risk-averse ideas

  • Techniques for securing senior leadership buy-in
  • Creating an open and robust platform for new ideas
  • Boosting staff engagement in early in the process
  • Creating the space for innovation

15.10

Refreshments, exhibition and networking

15.30

Digital Skills Partnership

Hear how these partnerships have been working collaboratively with both regional and national stakeholders, to improve digital skills across their regions and take away practical tools which you can implement in your own organisation

16.00

Case Study – ExCALIBUR digital transformation using AI

16.30

Chair's Closing Remarks

16:35

Close of conference

Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice

AI & Automation Agenda

09:30

Registration, refreshments & networking

10.00

Chair’s morning introduction

10.10

Exploring the latest AI landscape & government strategies

10:40

Headline sponsor address

11:00

Panel discussion: Exploring the latest innovations in public sector AI

  • Successfully harnessing AI: Driving digital transformation
  • How will AI deliver predictive, proactive and personalised information?
  • Cost strategy vs value strategy: Examining different ways of applying AI
  • Where should you invest your resources?
  • To automate or not to automate

11.30

Refreshments & networking break

Speak to counterparts from across the sector and pick up tips on responding to policy and best practice developments

12.00

Optimising AIs full potential: Ensuring open and structured data

  • Breaking down physically and cultural barriers: Tools and techniques to share public and private sector data
  • Innovative private sector perspective
  • Turning round underutilised data
  • Protecting sensitive data

12.45

AI & Cyber: An ever-evolving secure network

  • How can AI create a constantly evolving cyber secure network?
  • Will AI mitigate against the weakest part of the chain, people?
  • Is AI the future of cyber security?

13.30

Lunch, refreshments & networking  

  • Take advantage of the opportunity to expand your contact base by meeting counterparts from across the sector and visiting the exhibition

14.30

AI & Ethics: Preventing & tackling possible bias 

  • How can we tackle possible bias in an automated world?
  • Building trust with AI

14.50

From Avatars to Chatbots: How is AI changing customer services?

  • Automating customer services: Driving efficiencies and saving resources
  • Creating stronger customer experiences

15.10

Refreshments & networking break

15.30

Support the next generation of AI 

  • How can we ensure that young people have the skills and experience needed to succeed in AI?

16.10

Chair's closing remark and close of conference