What's Next for Public Sector in AI and Analytics
Nick Demetriades and Dr. Suman De discuss the next in AI and analytics for public sector organizations in 2022 and beyond.
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Nick: Hello and welcome to today’s discussion on the impact of analytics AI and technologies on the public sector organizations
Nick: In 2021 we saw public sector organizations make significant strides in adoption of data, analytics, and AI technologies. We believe the pace of these technologies will pick up in 2022 and organizations will navigate to the next stage of their analytics and AI maturity. What will this involve? Well, let’s check with Dr. Suman De, Head of Analytics & AI at Infosys Public Services.
About Dr. Suman De
Principal Consultant and Head, Analytics and AI Solutions, Infosys Public Services
Dr. Suman is head of analytics and AI for Infosys Public Services. He has extensive experience in the public healthcare sector and previously worked for the World Health Organization, UNICEF and the Indian Public Health Association.
At Infosys, Dr. Suman leads the areas of vaccine management, advanced data science and artificial intelligence-enabled population health, social determinants of health analytics, opioid management, care management, and value-based care. He is a frequent public speaker at various conferences, forums and at major universities, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dr. Suman is based in Hartford, Connecticut. He holds a medical degree from the University of Calcutta and master’s degree in healthcare administration from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences in Mumbai, India.
About Nick Demetriades
Nick is a principal consultant with Infosys Public Services. Nick defines and develops technology solutions that help public sector organizations become more customer-centric and agile.
Nick has over 30 years of experience in the DMV and IT space. Prior to joining Infosys Public Services, Nick served as the Director of Operations Services at the Connecticut Bureau of Enterprise Systems and Technologies (BEST). He was responsible for administering Enterprise Helpdesk Services, Command Center Operations, Business Continuity Planning (BCP), Disaster Recovery Planning and Coordination. Before this, he was the Director of Information Technology at the CT DMV and managed the Agency’s technology services. He led numerous DMV business improvement projects for the delivery of business systems and technology solutions.