On-Demand Webinar

Human+Machine: Greater than the sum of our parts.

A real-world AI example where humans + machines have worked side by side for the greater good, using both AI and human intelligence to deliver outstanding results.

Now Available On-Demand

About the webinar

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts is widely held to be an expression from Aristotle. Fast forward some 2000 years and this holds very true today when we are talking about what humans + machines can accomplish – nowhere more so than in the world of AI.

Join us as we discuss:

  • Case studies of where the combination of artificial intelligence and human intelligence combine to deliver truly exceptional outcomes – be it protecting our vulnerable wildlife, preventing fraud or aiding our fight against cancer.
  • How we help organisations achieve the last mile of analytics - the deployment of analytical models and operationalisation of decisions - through our model ops framework.

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About the Expert

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Caroline Payne
Head of Technical Solutions,
Public Sector for SAS UKI. 

Caroline has over 25 years of experience working in the data, analytics and technology space and is passionate about how data & insights can make all our lives better and safer.  By working with SAS, organisations (large and small) across all sectors gain intelligence from their vast sources of data and then operationalise these insights to help make the world a better place. 

During her tenure at SAS, Caroline has worked across many sectors - communications, utilities, retail, life sciences, banking and most recently Public Sector, where she leads a team of domain and technical experts who advise government agencies on the use of technologies such as AI to drive better service delivery and outcomes for all citizens. 

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