In the ever-changing world of digital technology, understanding and making best use of evolving tools, whilst ensuring people in Wales have the skills required to benefit from positive digital interaction, is vital. From the ‘small things’ like Wi-Fi in public spaces and training staff to gain more confidence, to artificial intelligence, machine learning and even drones.
In partnership with Y Lab, Digital Communities Wales and WLGA, delegates discovered how the use of digital in public services help to enhance people’s lives in ways that we may never have imagined.
- The Intelligent Personal Assistant project [PDF 1.35MB Opens in new window] - Ashley Bale, Lisa French and Samantha Snell, Innovate Trust
- Leading technology solutions coming together [PDF 974KB opens in new window] - Mark Lowe and Gary Thatcher, Pinacl Solutions
- Can digital innovations unlock creativity in communities, or can technology kill the human connection? [PDF 763KB opens in new window] - Paul Taylor, Bromford Housing
- It's about the person not the technology [PDF 742KB opens in new window] - Matthew Lloyd and Marc Davies, Digital Communities Wales and Hannah Rowlatt, RNIB Cymru
- Using Technology to Improve Outcomes [PDF 530KB opens in new window] - Sarah Weston, Emma Nichols and Vince Scaife, HF Trust
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- How ambitious could your organisation be in using technology to deliver better public services? [opens in new window] - Paul Taylor, Bromford
- How ambitious could you be? [opens in new window] - Alice Turner, Y Lab