Online Event: Policy Priorities & AI for SDGs (The Alan Turing Institute)
29 January to 2 February and 9 February, 2024
This event organised by the Alan Turing Institute will gather up to 12 teams from around the world to engage in a challenge using open spending data, development indicators, and the recently released web-based modelling app from the Policy Priority Inference research programme. The organisers would like to invite anyone interested in the intersection of sustainable development, artificial intelligence, open government, and computational social science to attend this one-of-a-kind event. The opening and closing sessions will be open to the public (no need to have team), while the challenger teams will work on a case study for a week with mentorship facilitated by the organisers.
If you are interested in this event but cannot or do not want to take on the challenge, you can register as an attendee to participate in the opening and closing sessions. During these sessions, our expert panellists will engage in insightful discussions on the role of artificial intelligence to advance open government and sustainable development.