Joe Tibbetts is the founder and CEO of CLGdotTV. He hosts Working Lunch and chairs AnswerTime the CLGdotTV panel show. Joe chairs conferences and advises public and private sector organisations on how to get heard.


PODCAST first published 6 Aug 2018: Tim Lancaster of Arcus Global and Joe Tibbetts of CLGdotTV discuss AI in the delivery of social care, social housing, mental health care & other council services.


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As the government provides seed funding to encourage councils and their suppliers to collaborate on local digital projects this conversation takes on new relevance.

I first talked to Tim Lancaster about artificial intelligence in the delivery of public services when we shared a panel at An Audience with GLGdotTV No2 in June of 2018. We both got slightly over excited about the potential of AI in the public sector arena. It was great to talk to someone who’s flights of imagination were anchored in reality and real projects so when we launched this new weekly podcast I was keen to call him up and continue the conversation.

Joe Tibbetts
6 August 2018
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On 23 October An Audience with CLGdotTV No3 will focus on social care and health and topics covered will include:
integrated health and social care: the Leeds approach
interventions that may reduce hospital admissions
the care market: current state of play and reducing market fragility
outcomes based commissioning: what is it and how it might be made to work
the Government green paper on social care
technology & social care
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