E-government


IoT: New Paradigm for Connected Government @ThingsExpo #AI #DX #IoT

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With secure and accessible information government business makes more efficient, data driven, changing the lives of citizens for the better. IoT focused Connected Government solution helps in rapidly developing preventive and predictive analytics. The vision of any Connected Government in the digital era is "To develop connected and intelligent IoT based systems to contribute to government's economy, improving citizen satisfaction, safe society, environment sustainability, city management and global need." IoT: Drivers for Connected Government IoT can increase value by both collecting better information about how effectively government servants, programs, and policies are addressing challenges as well as helping government to deliver citizen-centric services based on real-time and situation-specific conditions.


IoT: A New Paradigm for Connected Government @ThingsExpo #AI #ML #IoT #DX

#artificialintelligence

With secure and accessible information government business makes more efficient, data driven, changing the lives of citizens for the better. IoT focused Connected Government solution helps in rapidly developing preventive and predictive analytics. The vision of any Connected Government in the digital era is "To develop connected and intelligent IoT based systems to contribute to government's economy, improving citizen satisfaction, safe society, environment sustainability, city management and global need." IoT: Drivers for Connected Government IoT can increase value by both collecting better information about how effectively government servants, programs, and policies are addressing challenges as well as helping government to deliver citizen-centric services based on real-time and situation-specific conditions.


IoT: A New Paradigm for Connected Government @ThingsExpo #AI #ML #IoT #M2M

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IoT focused Connected Government solution helps in rapidly developing preventive and predictive analytics. The vision of any Connected Government in the digital era is "To develop connected and intelligent IoT based systems to contribute to government's economy, improving citizen satisfaction, safe society, environment sustainability, city management and global need." IoT: Drivers for Connected Government IoT can increase value by both collecting better information about how effectively government servants, programs, and policies are addressing challenges as well as helping government to deliver citizen-centric services based on real-time and situation-specific conditions. Information Flow in an IoT Scenario The Information flow in Government using IoT has five stages (5C): Collection, Communication, Consolidation, Conclusion and Choice.


How Artificial Intelligence Will Usher in the Next Stage of E-Government

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While each model is different, they all identify the same general progression from the informational, for example websites that make government facts available online, to the interactive, such as two-way communication between government officials and users, to the transactional, like applications that allow users to access government services completely online. In the perceptive stage, the user will simply say, "Siri, I need a driver's license," and the individual's virtual assistant will take over -- collecting any additional information from the user, coordinating with the government's system and scheduling any in-person meetings automatically. For example, the startup X.ai has created a virtual assistant named Amy that schedules meetings for users automatically, saving individuals from most of the back-and-forth discussion that often goes into agreeing on a time and location to meet. And unlike previous attempts at improving meeting scheduling that might require individuals to use an online application, users interact with Amy by email the same way they would talk to a colleague.


How Artificial Intelligence Will Usher in the Next Stage of E-Government

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While each model is different, they all identify the same general progression from the informational, for example websites that make government facts available online, to the interactive, such as two-way communication between government officials and users, to the transactional, like applications that allow users to access government services completely online. In the perceptive stage, the user will simply say, "Siri, I need a driver's license," and the individual's virtual assistant will take over -- collecting any additional information from the user, coordinating with the government's system and scheduling any in-person meetings automatically. For example, the startup X.ai has created a virtual assistant named Amy that schedules meetings for users automatically, saving individuals from most of the back-and-forth discussion that often goes into agreeing on a time and location to meet. And unlike previous attempts at improving meeting scheduling that might require individuals to use an online application, users interact with Amy by email the same way they would talk to a colleague.


An AI Framework for the Automatic Assessment of e-Government Forms

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This article describes the architecture and AI technology behind an XML-based AI framework designed to streamline e-government form processing. The framework performs several crucial assessment and decision support functions, including workflow case assignment, automatic assessment, follow-up action generation, precedent case retrieval, and learning of current practices. To implement these services, several AI techniques were used, including rule-based processing, schema-based reasoning, AI clustering, case-based reasoning, data mining, and machine learning. The primary objective of using AI for e-government form processing is of course to provide faster and higher quality service as well as ensure that all forms are processed fairly and accurately.