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artificial intelligence

Smart Governments, Smart Cities

Every process and object can potentially be connected, captured and analysed. Using these insights, smart governments will have unprecedented ability to make intelligent, informed decisions that improve people’s lives. Read More

Bringing intelligence to government decision-making

For government, being able to streamline or automate high frequency, low risk decisions is at a critical stage. Faced with a flood of information, government departments, public sector leaders and executive groups are exploring new decision-making techniques and tools. Read More

How AI will change the PGPA Act

The aim of the Act is to move towards live monitoring of government activities. To achieve this, government must embrace new means of analytics, such as artificial intelligence. Read More

Making policy for a future of artificial intelligence at scale

The ANU is offering an innovative one-year executive master’s-level program to public servants looking at the policy challenges of the deployment of AI-assisted cyber-physical systems as they go to scale. Renowned Professor Genevieve Bell will lead the program, with tuition fees for officials to be covered and scholarships available to cover other costs. Read More

Is government prepared for the analytics economy?

The volume of data government generates, collects, exchanges and analyses is going through the roof. So what does it take to create a sound governance model that not only meets public expectations but can still glean useful context, intelligence and solid evidence to power effective policy? Read More