We’ve identified three mega trends that anyone interested in the future of cities should care about: data as a fuel for progress, intelligent experiences, and autonomous entities. Let’s explore each.
Posts Tagged: AI
It is important for cities to understand and adopt intelligent automation to advance their smart cities strategy, or risk falling behind.
AI and ML can rapidly detect gaps or abnormalities on agency networks, and respond with a programmed, precautionary or reactionary action immediately.
This month, the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) released a foundational data and analytics document that will direct data governance, acquisition strategies and the incorporation of emerging technologies for the military’s combat logistics branch.
Agencies will struggle to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) if they don’t consider how it will impact their employees, according to two federal officials.
AI systems are igniting new opportunities across industries, but you must start your AI journey by building a technical infrastructure that will support it.
AI solutions drive informed human capital management, using data-driven insights to put employees in situations where they can succeed.
Every project that results in the construction of a building that is not a “smart” is a project in which money savings has been lost, unnecessary natural resources have been consumed, and social improvements have not been delivered to citizens.
Artificial intelligence (AI) often works by magic. While seemingly nobody knows how it operates, people are amazed and inspired by the successes that AI has achieved.
We’ve gone far and wide to provide you with perspectives on the possibility and promise of AI applied to government services, but today I’d like to talk about where we are today and what I hope the future holds for a technology that in many ways is still in its infancy.