About the Conference

Federal and state workers are estimated to spend at least 20% of their time on tasks they consider unimportant. The most time-consuming activity is documenting and recording information, a task capturing 10% of both federal and state government work hours, with such paperwork often getting in the way of government workers’ more critical functions. A high proportion of government work is mundane, resulting in talent and motivation wasted on routine tasks when focus can be shifted onto more creative ones. Most labor-intensive activities performed by the federal workforce are highly suitable for automation.

Understanding the need to change the speed, reliability and quality of government outcomes, Clariden Global cordially invites you to the inaugural Artificial Intelligence for Government Conference to be held from 6 – 8 February 2019 in Hyatt Hotel Canberra – A Park Hyatt Hotel. This event is carefully researched and crafted with the most desired and unparalleled insights on artificial intelligence, featuring the latest innovations, challenging issues and insightful keynote sessions that will help you ignite a successful digital transformation.

Mark 6 – 8 February 2019 in your calendar and book your seat now! Join us in harnessing the promising potential of Artificial Intelligence for Government by tapping into the expertise of artificial intelligence professionals with leading case studies and proven solutions that can drive transformational improvement in efficiencies, service delivery, citizen engagement and administration in the public sector. We look forward to welcoming you!

Key Themes at the Conference

  • AI in Streamlining Government Administrations, Operations and Service Delivery
  • How Chatbots Transform Communications Between Citizens and Government
  • How Predictive Analytics and AI Data Mine Public Sentiments to Improve Policy-Making
  • Whole-of-Government AI Strategy to Increase Efficiency, Reduce Operational Costs, Improve Service Delivery and Increase Citizen Engagement
  • Unearthing Criminal Patterns and Lowering Crime Rate with Predictive Policing
  • AI and Robotic Process Automation Slash Paperwork Burdens, Reduce Manual and Repetitive Tasks with Bots
  • AI For Prioritizing Social Welfare and Affordable Housing
  • How AI and Predictive Maintenance Improves Public Infrastructure and Optimize Energy Usage
  • AI Government Implementation Roadmap: Challenges, Hurdles, Learning Lessons
  • AI Uses Cases and Case Studies Across Government Organizations

The Conference at a Glance

DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, 6 FEBRUARY

  • Adopting a Whole-of-Government AI Strategy to Increase Efficiency, Reduce Operational Costs, Improve Service Delivery and Increase Citizen Engagement
  • AI in Enhancing Government’s Productivity: How AI and Robotic Process Automation Will Slash Paperwork Burdens, Reduce Manual and Repetitive Tasks with Bots
  • Australia Taxation Office Case Study: How ATO Decrease Workload Time By Using AI Chatbots to Answer Over 1 Million Inquiries
  • How University of Sydney Taps on AI and Chatbots to Save Administrative Burden by Handling High Volumes of Financial Inquiries
  • How Predictive Analytics and AI Can Data Mine Public Sentiments to Improve Policy-Making
  • Award-Winning City of Casey Improves its Public Infrastructure Maintenance and Citizen Satisfaction with AI
  • AI And Big Data Analytics Transform Urban Transport Networks, Improve Transport Efficiency and Ease Traffic Congestion

DAY 2: THURSDAY, 7 FEBRUARY

  • AI For Prioritizing Social Welfare and Affordable Housing while Circumventing Fraudulent Social Welfare Claims
  • How AI and Predictive maintenance Reduce Public Infrastructure costs and Optimize Energy Usage
  • How AI Transforms Procurement
  • How AI Will Assist Urban Planning and Design
  • Intellectual Property (IP) Australia Case Study: How IP Australia uses AI and Robotic Process Automation to Streamline Manual and Repetitive Tasks and Administer 850,000 IP Requests Per Year
  • Unearthing Criminal Patterns and Lowering Crime Rate with Predictive Policing
  • AI Government Implementation Roadmap: Challenges, Hurdles, Learning Lessons and Future Proofing Your Success

DAY 3: FRIDAY, 8 FEBRUARY

POST FORUM ACTIVITIES

  • Data Analytics for Government Workshop (Morning)
  • AI for Government Site Tour (Afternoon)

Companies Expected at the Forum

  • Queensland Department of Education
  • Australian Taxation Office
  • Department of Health & Human Services, Victoria
  • Australian Government
  • Brisbane City Council
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources
  • NSW Department of Finance, Innovation and Services
  • Department of Planning and Environment
  • Department of Premier and Cabinet (NSW)
  • City of Casey
  • Transport Accident Commission (TAC)
  • Australian Public Service
  • City of Greater Bendigo
  • Glen Eira City Council
  • MAX Solutions
  • Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office
  • National Disability Insurance Agency
  • Transport for NSW
  • Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
  • City of Gold Coast
  • Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Sunshine Coast Council
  • Worksafe Victoria
  • Service NSW
  • Australian Government Department of Human Services
  • Department of Family and Community Services (NSW)
  • Roads and Maritime Services
  • Department of Justice NSW
  • City of Melbourne