AI is the process of simulating computers to have the capability of imitating intelligent human behaviors and has the potential to increase productivity, reduce the tendency to make biased decisions and improve safety.
Security and Accessibility
The record-keeping can be put on a blockchain to make them more secure and more accessible. For example, Cook County in Illinois put its title registration on a blockchain. Once it is recorded, no one can change it. This can be the foundation for smart contracts to handle liens on properties.
Compliance is another area where governments using the blockchain can boost efficiency by eliminating some of the intermediaries. For example, tax collection goes through several intermediaries and steps. Putting it all on one ledger potentially eliminates those and creates this environment where regulators can get direct access to the transactional data.
One way the government could take advantage of AI is to adopt recruiting automation technology to streamline candidate sourcing, automate interview scheduling, promote diversity hiring and mitigate unconscious bias.
Artificial intelligence is a set of powerful technologies that can help keep us safe, from predicting natural disasters and aiding in rescue efforts to warning us of external threats to daily car driving risk, AI can make the world a safer place. Governmental bodies can do their part to make this a reality.
Cybersecurity is a growing concern for both government and multi-national corporations. Adversaries are leveraging AI in their tools, techniques and processes. Governments should leverage AI for vulnerability and threat and risk management. AI can help in forecasting, preventing and mitigating risk. In the coming years, there will be a high need for automated defense, which can be addressed using AI.
One way that government could take the most out of AI is by coordinating the financial analysis from multiple transaction mediums for taxation purposes. No more tax evasion and no more double taxation — just efficiency and fairness applied by a powerful, centralized AI and Blockchain.
Irregular Financial Activities
Applying artificial intelligence in the government can make services faster and more tailored. One way that the government can use AI to its advantage is by detecting irregular financial activities like money laundering, terrorist financing and fraud.
AI-powered drones, for example, can be used for surveying areas during natural disasters or inspecting gas pipelines in remote areas. These drones can work longer and more efficiently than piloted drones, can automatically choose the most efficient flight path, and change on the fly to avoid obstacles or bad weather.
Government Health Care & Pension System
With the modernization of the HR systems used by the government, costs can be reduced. For example, AI could identify workers who may develop work-related injuries in advance, identify fraudulent claims, and assist in sorting and reviewing job applications.
Human Behaviour Imitation
The advantages the government could get from using AI. They include enabling SWAT teams utilizing AI to point out important information in high-risk situations. AI can also benefit cargo delivery and support therapy for individuals.
Enforcing rules and looking for outliers in many departments is a huge resource drain. Using AI, the most likely candidates for inspection could be quickly brought to the top for human inspection. It’s important to keep the human element, but for quick evaluation, AI can have a much better return on investment.
Governments have the ability to leverage the internet for feedback on proposed legislation, but as nefarious characters began injecting staggering numbers of automated responses, the result set lost its impact on the process. AI could be used to detect even the most nuanced non-human responses, filtering out the noise more effectively and allowing the people’s voices to carry through.