Technology, Democracy and the Public Sector
Artificial intelligence and big data are set to change the public sector’s structures, skills and systems. Are we ready?
Beth Noveck will share her international perspective of how technology can strengthen democracy to meet citizens’ needs more simply, quickly and efficiently. Beth will be joined by Erma Ranieri, Commissioner for Public Sector Employment and Tim O’Loughlin, Carnegie Mellon University for the panel
Prof. Beth Noveck
Beth Simone Noveck directs the Governance Lab (GovLab) and its MacArthur Research Network on Opening Governance. She is the Jerry M. Hultin Global Network Professor at New York University’s Tandon...
Erma has worked for more than 30 years to help organisations optimise productivity and employee wellbeing. She was named a 2014 Telstra Business Woman of the Year as SA Winner of the Telstra Community and Government Award fo...
Tim O’Loughlin is Senior Director of Institutional Development and Professor of the Practice (Public Policy) at Carnegie Mellon University in Australia. He teaches courses on policy analysis, public finance, strategic planni...
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