AI FOSTERS INNOVATION BY GOVERNMENTS
1. How can Artificial Intelligence benefit public services, citizens, and more generally, society?
2. Governments leading through change
3. Lean GovTech – Dragging & Dropping Ideas into Production
Researcher EU Technology Policymaking at CEPS
Rosanna currently researches EU technology policymaking at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS). She is a recent Erasmus Mundus MA graduate in Digital Communication Leadership, specializing in policy and innovation in the EU. For her MA thesis on the concept of (un)ethical AI, Rosanna was Visiting Graduate Researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Besides her studies, Rosanna worked as a graduate researcher at the Data & Society Knowledge Centre (VUB-SMIT), advised the Chair of the multi-stakeholder Media & Technology Committee (AI4People), and volunteered as Head of Marketing (TEDxULB).
Business Developer Software Languages Lab at VUB
Florian obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Sciences on the topic of distributed data processing in modern web application from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the Universiteit Ghent. His interests lie at the intersection of academic research and industrial innovation. He conducted his pre-doctoral research in collaboration with industry and is currently a business developer for the Software Languages Lab at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Analytics Advisor & Head of Customer Solutions at SAS
AI4Belgium Lead at SPF BOSA
Nathanaël leads AI4Belgium, a community-led approach to enable Belgian citizens and organizations to capture AI opportunities while facilitating the ongoing transition responsibly. AI4Belgium has the ambition to position Belgium in the European AI landscape. Nathanaël is the founder of Hub France Intelligence Artificielle and worked alongside François Hollande’s government as an official advisor in innovation and AI at the French Ministry of Economics.
Governments can use AI to foster innovation in service and drive further demand for AI by making the GovTech market more attractive to organizations.
AI brings many new, currently undiscovered opportunities.
The government can leverage AI to automate and improve service delivery, find efficiencies, regulate AI in the industry, create policies to guide AI ethics, and manage any emerging threats and risks.