Welcome to the second monthly blog by Simon Pollock, Assistant Director of Business Operations at Orbis, a partnership organisation between East Sussex, Surrey and Brighton and Hove Councils. The blog will map out the Orbis journey into AI, covering everything from technological factors to ethical considerations.
7,000 global employees in 15 countries' public and private sectors tell researchers they are much happier in their work and positive about their future, if they are working in a digital environment - definite food for thought for Thursday's Think Smarter Working For Public Sector 2018 conference...
‘Smarter Working in government means developing capability to build and maintain the best digital services across departments’4 June 2018 at 8:40am
Here’s hoping you have Thursday free in your diary - as Think Smarter Working for Public Sector 2018 opens to explore what that might mean in real life
Next Thursday’s landmark Central London ‘Think Smarter Working For Public Sector 2018’ is an ambitious attempt to really define some solid responses to that concern
New Samsung AI Centre, Cambridge - SAIC-Cambridge - will create as many as 150 jobs, says the Korean electronics giant
Construction, digital and education & childcare are the first in the new vocational alternative to A levels students will sit from September 2020
HM Revenue and Customs's Jon Thompson has done his research, and says firms would have to pay £32.50 for each customs declaration under max fac - and any such system would take up to five years to work properly, too
For us to get to a state where business stop collecting all our personal data needlessly, we may need to leverage historical legacies of trust, say panellists at last week's Think Digital Identity for Government 2018
is there huge potential for federated ID in local authority contexts - especially when it comes to eligibility and counter-fraud checks?
'The most significant change in how we travel since the invention of the internal combustion engine so it is important that local government is part of the discussion'