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Artificial intelligence can make us smarter and faster – Telegraph
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Richard Sargeant is the Chief Commercial Officer at ASI Data Science. ASI helps organisations to create new opportunities with Artificial Intelligence.
Richard Sargeant is the Chief Commercial Officer at ASI Data Science. ASI helps organisations to create new opportunities with Artificial Intelligence. Richard has worked in the public and private sector on policies and programmes with data at their heart, including as one of the founding directors of the UK Government Digital Service. Before that he co-founded Engineers Without Borders UK, worked at Google, in Sierra Leone, and in a variety of British government roles.
ASI helps organisations to create new opportunities with Artificial Intelligence. We have applied AI across all sectors of industry and society in over 250 projects including countering terrorism with the UK Home Office, generating more than $30m for a Fortune 500 company, and defining the AI strategy for an energy trading major.
Prior to joining ASI Richard worked in the UK Government as Director of Transformation in the Home Office. Before this he was one of the founding directors of the Government Digital Service. The Economist, Guardian, and Wall Street Journal, among others covered their work.
Previously, he was Head of Energy Market Design at the Department of Energy & Climate Change, where he led the Electricity Market Reform programme to secure an additional £200bn of capital investment into the UK Power Generation market. Their aim was to keep the lights on, bills down, and meet our climate change targets.
Before that Richard was at Google as their UK Head of Public Policy. He also spent a year in Freetown, working for the Government of Sierra Leone to support officials and ministers through Tony Blair’s Africa Governance Initiative.
Before Google, he was a senior policy advisor in HM Treasury, running the Gowers’ Review of Intellectual Property, and a number of other projects. His first role in Government was in the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, writing papers on innovation in the public sector and happiness, as well as unpublished work on education and healthcare. He co-founded Engineers Without Borders UK in 2001 while studying Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge University.