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Advancing New and Emerging Technologies in Government
13 October 2022 | QEII Centre London
GovTech 2022 aims to bridge the gap between public policy and cutting-edge technology.
On October 13th, 2022, Deep Knowledge Group unveiled 5 first-of-their-kind GovTech and DeepTech Big Data Analytics Dashboards, including Global GovTech, UK Digital Ecosystem, GovTech in UK, Global Longevity Governance and Longevity Governance in the UK, at the landmark GovTech Global 2022 conference in London, UK among leading GovTech companies and top government officials from UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation and more.
Dominic Jennings presented the world’s first comprehensive, Global GovTech Big Data Analytics System and overviews of ‘UK Digital Ecosystem’ and ‘GovTech Industry in UK’, while Dmitry Kaminskiy presented the Group’s new AI-Driven Global Longevity Governance Big Data Analytics System and Longevity Governance in the UK Dashboard, revealing key insights on e-governance solutions and synergies with Longevity Industrialisation, AI in Healthcare, Preventive Medicine and other tech-driven drivers and enablers of technocratic national healthcare policy modernization.
View photos from the landmark GovTech Global 2022 conference, attended by key GovTech industry leaders and top government officials including The Rt Hon Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, UK Secretary of State for the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Edwina Dunn, OBE, Chair of the UK Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation, Alexandra Luck, Joint Policy Lead for the UK National Digital Twin Programme, Imran Shafi OB, Director of Digital Infrastructure for the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, among others.
View videos from Deep Knowledge Group's presentations at the landmark GovTech Global 2022 conference, attended by top government officials and GovTech industry leaders, which took place at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London and focused on the impact of key industries on governance and policy in the UK and beyond, including Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, Upskilling and Culture Shift, 5G, Robotic Process Automation, Augmented Reality, Metaverse, and Intelligent System Interfaces.
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