Prediction comes from former US government Chief Information Officer
AI in government
Policymakers should be harnessing data to deliver public services that are responsive, efficient and fair, say researchers drawing on the work of The Turing Institute
Voters like the idea of AI – but not if it means they might lose their jobs, says Boston Consulting Group13 March 2019 at 8:21am
Citizens like the idea of using AI for tasks such as transport and traffic optimisation, predictive maintenance of public infrastructure and customer service activities - but really not so keen on the technology being used for sensitive decisions in criminal justice, such as sentencing recommendations
AI and data analytics defined as the top technologies of interest to this community in the analyst firm's latest CIO Agenda Survey
New chief digital and information officer also sees data and AI as his team's top targets for the next 12 months
Berlin wants to make a big punt on the stuff and promote the use of AI in business - but also fears that a technology with such a profound impact has to be embedded in a framework that "protects fundamental social values and individual rights"
Internet privacy group says its principles would help policymakers 'maximise the benefits of AI, to minimise the risk, and to ensure the protection of human rights'
Proposals would ensures that 'our government understands the benefits and pitfalls of this technology as it engages in a responsible, accountable rollout of AI'
Take risks but strive to prove to citizens these systems are there to help them, suggests Boston Consulting Group spin-off CPI.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy wants to make the UK a world leader in regulatory innovation via new £10m tech fund