NSW Department of Customer Service celebrates the winners of the 2023 Women in AI Awards
From AI professionals in startups to women leading innovative transformation in government agencies, the 2023 Women in Artificial Intelligence (AI) Awards has overnight honoured 20 inspirational women across the Asia Pacific region.
Held at a gala dinner at the Art Gallery of NSW, the awards honoured the top women in AI across 18 categories who are working in universities, governments, research institutes, startups, NGOs and industry.
As a proud Principal Partner Sponsor of the awards, the Department of Customer Service (DCS) congratulates the winners of the 2023 Women In AI Awards.
The Department of Customer Service is committed to addressing the gender gap in recruiting women to data and AI roles.
Led by the NSW Chief Data Scientist, the Department of Customer Service is committed to the responsible use of AI and regulates its use through the AI Assurance Framework with a keen focus on AI ethics principles, community benefit and fairness.
Recognised as the leading Australian jurisdiction for embedding the ethical considerations of emerging technologies such as AI into government services, DCS is on a journey to be the home of data, digital and AI.
The Department of Customer Service is also home to the NSW Data Analytics Centre, a first of its kind in Australia. Its mission is to build world-class capabilities in whole-of-government data analytics to improve outcomes for the people of NSW.
A full list of finalists and winners can be found at Women in AI Awards.
Quotes attributed to Narelle Grayson, Acting Chief Data Officer & Executive Director, Data and Insights, NSW Department of Customer Service:
“On behalf of the Department of Customer Service I extend my congratulations to all the very worthy and inspirational winners of the 2023 Women in AI awards.”
“The Department is committed to being an inclusive workplace which promotes women working and leading in AI and strives to be an employer of choice for women interested in data and AI.”
“The award winners should feel extremely proud of their achievements and they should also feel proud to know they are an inspiration to many young women looking to start a career in data science and AI. “