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Host: Cambridge Innovation Institute | June 24, 2019 12:00 to June 26, 2019 12:00

Understanding the strategic benefits of deploying intelligent agents in the public sector

The Cambridge Innovation Institute is hosting a three day conference to educate and inform public sector agencies on the strategic benefits of using AI systems and cognitive technologies. Targeting public sector agencies, the conference brings together global leaders from various walks such as business, research and government. The aim is to discuss how intelligent systems can be best leveraged to improve performance of public sector agencies.

Interestingly, the conference is also hosting a special program on AI Governance, Big Data and Ethics to discuss challenges and identify solutions for problems currently plaguing the ethical use of intelligent machines. This summit shall be held on June 24, 2019. Further information on the special summit can be accessed here.

Interested attendees can register for the conference by accessing the following link.

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