‘It isn’t the Terminator’ – how AI is helping the NHS share data

Written by PublicTechnology staff on 2 October 2019 in News
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Hear, in this brief extract from our AI Week webinar discussion, how the NHS is using automation to help overcome fears about data security

Credit: Stephen Bowler/CC BY 2.0

As part of PublicTechnology’s ongoing AI Week, in association with UiPath, we have recorded an exclusive webinar discussion, in which public and private sector experts discuss the major opportunities and challenges presented to the government, local authorities and the NHS by artificial intelligence and automation.

In this short video clip, we hear from Mathieu Webster of NHS Shared Business Services about how automation is helping health-service bodies overcome fears about sharing.

The full 23-minute video of the discussion is now available to view on demand and download – please click here to register to do so, which is completely free of charge and takes less than a minute.

 

 


 

 

 

This article forms part of PublicTechnology’s dedicated AI Week, in association with UiPath. Look out over the coming days for lots more content. 

 

 

 

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