Artificial intelligence in the public sector: an engine for innovation in government… if we get it right
This summer, I had the privilege of participating in the conference, ‘Artificial Intelligence: What’s in it for the Public Sector?’, organised in Brussels by the European Commission, the Interoperability Unit of DG DIGIT and the Joint Research Centre. It brought together policymakers and experts to discuss the opportunities that artificial intelligence (AI) brings to accelerate governments’ digital transformation and improve the design and delivery of public services.
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Twitter filed its response to Elon Musk’s complaint in court on Thursday, giving a more precise idea of the arguments of the multi-billionaire who is seeking to get out of the social network’s takeover agreement and accuses him of having “thrown dust in the eyes”.
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