CIPR's #AIinPR panel sponsors Data Science Foundation Awards
CIPR’s #AIinPR panel have announced their sponsorship of two awards at the inaugural International Data Science Awards. The two awards – ‘Communicator Making Best Use of Data’ and ‘Communicating with Best Use of Data’ - both celebrating best use of data in communications, recognise teams and individuals who are utilising data to deliver outstanding communications work.
The awards, organised by The Data Science Foundation, recognise best practice, innovation and excellence in data science and related disciplines. Entries from individuals, universities and both non-profit and commercial organisations as well as agencies are welcomed.
This is an exciting opportunity for the #AIinPR panel as we celebrate outstanding work and best practice in the area of data. Sponsoring the International Data Science Awards highlights CIPR’s commitment to lead the way on emphasising the role of public relations in the area of AI - how to place and promote AI in a responsible, ethical and effective way – as well as the impact of AI on the public relations profession.
We are delighted to have the CIPR on board for the inaugural awards. The need for effective public relations and communications in the world of AI - the role it plays and value it delivers - is widely recognised. The excellent work the #AIinPR panel in this area is both impressive and necessary as AI and its use develops and progresses. CIPR’s support is extremely valuable to us and to the profile of these awards.
Members of the #AIinPR panel, Emma Thwaites, Director of Thwaites Communications and Vice Chair, Kerry Sheehan, will represent the CIPR in the panel of judges for the communications categories at the International Data Science Awards.
Entries close on September 30. For further information, or to enter the awards, visit the Data Science Foundation website.