AI is transforming how we capture and analyze data to impact public safety, traffic, parking management, law enforcement city services and more. Citizens expect instant services, rapid answers and continuously available functionality. AI enables flexible and responsive city services.
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of citizens believe machines will make work more interesting.
Self-driving vehicles will revolutionize the way we commute. But they also have the disruptive potential to impact jobs like taxi fleet workers. Are you ready?
“The Civil Registration Office currently faces a number of challenges. For example, we have had high turnover of skilled workers which has meant the level of experience in the team is declining. We do not believe our current technology applications can help us address this, so we could consider an AI solution.”- Ryusei Tabata, CIO, City of Osaka
What's the difference between AI hype and AI reality in public service?
AI is already transforming many areas within the private sector, but its enormous disruptive potential won’t stop there. The societal and economic innovations created by these technologies will soon have a very real presence in every industry – including the public sector.