On-Demand Webinar

Top Five considerations for delivering a successful public sector AI project


About the webinar

Understanding AI is one thing, putting it into practice is quite another. We have seen this from experience helping public organisations who have already had success in implementing AI projects. Don’t re-invent the AI wheel, join us for this webinar where we will share and discuss the important barriers you might face in any AI project and what are the top five things to consider before embarking on a new project. 

What will be discussed?

Our top five considerations for implementing any successful AI project will include: 

  • A proposed successful AI approach for the public sector
  • Highlighting relevant case studies
  • How to accelerate AI adoption within your organisation

During the session, we will run a number of polls and will share our results and findings. 

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About the Experts

Steve Ludlow

Steve Ludlow
Data Scientist

Steve has significant SAS expertise gained from over 29 years at SAS. He has during this time engaged with most of the major organisations in the UK.

Prior to joining SAS Steve was a Senior Research officer at the LSE – working for Nick Stern (now Lord Stern) on Taxation Theory in Developing Countries. It was during this post-doctoral work that Steve was introduced to SAS and he liked the software so much he joined the company! During his 29 years Steve has undertaken a variety of roles – technical support, training, consulting, pre-sales and management.

Steve is a frequent speaker at conferences particularly on Big Data and Analytics. He is currently investigating and speaking on Open Source integration with SAS (Python, R, Lua, JSON, Java…). Steve is a graduate of Leicester and Oxford University – where he worked on Econometric Models of the Common Agricultural Policy.

Caroline Payne

Caroline Payne
Technical Director, Public Sector

Self-confessed geek and working mum, Caroline has 25+ years’ experience working in the data, analytics and technology space. Passionate about how data & insights can make all our lives a better, safer place – following a few years working in the B2B data and insight space, Caroline has spent the last 20 years working for SAS who help organisations (large and small) across all sectors to gain intelligence from their vast sources of data and then deploy these insights to help make the world a better place.
Caroline leads a team of domain and technical experts who work with UK government agencies to advise on the use of technologies such as AI to drive better service delivery and outcomes for all citizens. Read more at https://www.sas.com/uk/gov