At a recent roundtable with Genesys and GovLoop, we heard from several experts in the field of automation and artificial intelligence. These leaders, as well as many public servants in the room, shared their experiences with AI and chatbots.
Government provides services that people need through sites and services. But here’s why marketing government to millennials is also important.
Read on to learn more about the nuances of Bennett’s job as CIO and how Kansas City is steadily becoming a city of the future.
Wondering if your government or school district has what it takes to be considered for this year’s City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge? Take a look at a few of the stories from 2017 winners to get a better idea of what AWS is looking for.
How can millennials make a difference in their local governments? In an interview with GovLoop, the cofounders of A Functional Democracy discussed how millennials can engage with their governments in a creative manner.
It’s that time again: The annual Granicus National Summit is taking place right here in Washington, D.C. on April 3. And this year, we have 28 government and industry speakers lined up to present on new trends in digital engagement and modernization in the public sector.
Jeanne Holm, Deputy Chief Information Officer of the City of Los Angeles, explained some of these advancements to kick off GovLoop’s virtual summit.
Predictive policing is being used by many municipal and federal law enforcement agencies both domestically and internationally to decrease crime. But community outreach with data-driven strategies can be more effective.
The concept of placing the citizen at the center is known as the human-centered design (HCD). HCD is a design and management framework that develops solutions to problems by involving the human perspective in all steps of the problem-solving process.
As part of the City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge, AWS awards local and regional governments, private and public schools and districts for their work in several categories.