Autumn Statement 2015: How artificial intelligence can help the government’s spending woes

Autumn Statement 2015: How artificial intelligence can help the government’s spending woes This week, George Osborne takes to the despatch box to present his combined Autumn Statement and Comprehensive Spending Review. Bringing government spending into sharp focus, the Chancellor has pledged to get the economy in surplus by 2019/20, with some departments expected to face cuts averaging 24 per cent. Spending waste has been a hot issue for the UK government this year, particularly in the NHS. A report by Lord Carter in June found that cutting the number of product lines from 500,000 to 10,000 and being better at procurement could save the NHS up to £1billion by 2020. But it’s not just the public sector that can be better at spending its money. Businesses are wasting billions each…


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