Welcome to episode 18 of the AI Ireland podcast, the show that breaks down the hype and explores the impact that Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are making on our everyday lives.
Our goal is to share with you the insights of technologists and data science enthusiasts to showcase the excellent work that is been done within AI in Ireland.
Today’s guest is Barry Lowry. Barry is the Irish Government’s Chief Information Officer at the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform where he delivers the Irish Public Sector ICT Strategy. Barry has a demonstrated history of working in the government relations industry and he also has a strong consulting background being skilled in Government services, IT Service Management, IT Strategy and Business Transformation.
In today’s really interesting episode, Barry will discuss:
- The challenges of the public service’s ICT strategy with data
- How a more proactive use with data can improve the customer experience
- What his utopia for the government would look like
- The need to make data more transparent for data sharing
- How the government apply their open data strategy
- How AI can help the government tackle a number of day-to-day problems
What did you make of Barry’s podcast? Where do you see the future of Artificial Intelligence and data analytics heading in the next few years? I would love to hear your thoughts so please leave a comment below.
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