Today, AI helps governments with cognitive applications. From plummeting backlogs to reducing costs, managing tasks to predicting fraudulent transactions, identifying criminal suspects to freeing workers from mundane tasks, AI has brought a massive change in the operations of governments. Though a profound impact has been witnessed on government work, agencies have to decide which functions should be automated and to what degree.
As government agencies across the globe are adopting AI, numerous use cases have begun to emerge. An estimated 80 percent of the world’s data- documents, files, videos, or audios - held in formats that could not be used until the emergence of AI, can now be effortlessly analyzed. This has now led to people understanding data and using them to make informed decisions.
With us on the cusp of more significant changes from AI, data mining and machine learning will further redesign operating models, processes in governments and transform how public-sector employees will get their work done. This could include eliminating few jobs, redesigning several others as well as creating entirely new professionals, thereby, revolutionizing facets of government operations. In the end, it is estimated that AI will free up to 1.2 billion working hours each year, saving a massive $41.1 billion.
Our distinguished selection panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, industry analysts, and Govt CIO Outlook’s editorial board have thoroughly analyzed the industry and recognized the key players. We present to you, Govt CIO Outlook’s “Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Solution Providers - 2018.”