Purva Deshpande's Insights
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of those technologies, like advances in gene editing or quantum computing, which has the power to change life itself. It has the potential to transform economies, unlock new societal and environmental value, and accelerate scientific discovery. With AI estimated …
The state of innovation within the Queensland government is vibrant and promising. With initiatives like Advance Queensland, the state is fostering a thriving start-up ecosystem, supporting research and development, promoting industry collaboration, and embracing smart city concepts. Challenges remain, but the commitment and efforts put forth by the government are propelling Queensland's innovation landscape forward. As a result, the state is well-positioned to capitalise on the benefits that innovation brings to society, the economy, and its citizens.
Insights from Greg Curcio, Chief Customer and Transformation Officer, City of Stonnington and Rami Matar, Business Solutions Director, Oracle and Luke Heine, KPMG Australia on how informed decision-making — powered by improved reporting capabilities - helps local government meet the needs and expectations of the diverse communities they serve.
Insights from Greg Curcio, Director, Customer and Technology, City of Stonnington; Daniel Lewis, General Manager Digital Operations, Casey Cardinia Libraries; and Matthew Fernandes, Head of Public Sector, Freshworks as they explore how the public sector can leverage digital transformation to deliver positive outcomes to communities, improve self-service capabilities and increase transparency in the eyes of citizens.
Public sector agencies are often expected to deliver increasingly complex and cross-jurisdictional social policies with limited time and resources. Navigating these barriers is key to translating policy to citizen outcomes, and will be the primary focus of this webinar. Hear insights from: Rick Macourt, Director, Strategic and Aboriginal Outcomes, NSW Treasury Michael Talbot, Ex-Deputy Secretary, Courts & Tribunal Services, NSW Department of Justice Julie Brereton, Senior Director Online Strategy and Design, ACT Health