Welcome to techUK's first podcast - the AI special

We’ve got lots to talk about at techUK – providing insights on the latest tech innovation, government decisions and discussing how digital transformation will impact citizens and businesses alike. And today we’re launching our new techUK podcast so you can access all the latest content for free whilst you are on the move.

This month, Sue Daley, head of cloud, data and AI, has been discussing how data and machine learning will change businesses and public services, from discovering why Kriti Sharma from Sage is so fascinated with AI (@15.25) to how Giles Pavey from DWP is using the technology to transform the department (@28:19) to the impact of GDPR with our own Jeremy Lilley (@03.29).

Please let us know your thoughts on this edition and what you’d like to hear on future podcasts. Happy listening!

techUK's June podcast - the AI special

 

 

 

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