The potential power of synthetic data in government

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More so than ever before, data is being used within the services and support we offer communities. As you’d expect, this data can be highly sensitive with guardrails put in place often making it difficult to share or collaborate with other departments.

So how do we enable inter-departmental collaboration that helps create the best impact on society?

Join us for our Digital Leaders Week talk on Tuesday 20 June at 10am. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the ways the creation and use of synthetic data can be used by government departments. We’ll focus on the rapid development of advanced analytics and how this type of data can support collaboration.

This webinar is part of The Pipeline, a collection of talks by our data community of practice about data science, engineering and analysis.

There’s a lot of public-sector knowledge about data locked away inside different organisations. And much like data itself, we want to open it up. 

We’ll be breaking down data concepts, exploring data challenges and sharing the lessons we’ve learned from our years in the public sector. We’ll consider the ways local government, central government and the health and care sector can use data to improve society for everyone.

The important stuff:

  • free to attend
  • Up to 1 hour long
  • hosted and recorded via Zoom or released on-demand
  • have your say: ask your questions in the live webinars, or contact us via email to follow up if watching on-demand

Date and time

Tuesday, 20 June 2023

10:00 am - 11:00 am BST




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James Poulten

Lead Data Scientist at Made Tech

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