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Washington, DC launches AI-powered 'DC Compass"

Washington DC's Office of the Chief Technology Officer and Esri recently launched a public beta version of the ‘DC Compass’ which uses generative artificial intelligence to answer data-oriented civic questions and create maps from thousands of open data sets. Per Cities Today, "the launch follows a 6-month private beta which allowed DC to work with Esri to improve the software to provide intuitive answers to requests."

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Washington, DC

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Modesto, CA to launch AI-powered chatbot

The city is moving forward with its first chatbot, which will make it easier for residents to get answers to their questions and to request services in 71 languages. Per GovTech.com, officials have approved a three-year contract with South Carolina-based Citibot. Modesto expects to go live with its chatbot, as well as redesigns to its website and GoModesto app, between March and June 2024.

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Modesto, CA

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Announcing £7m Generative AI Transformation Project with Derby City Council and ICS.AI

Announcing a £7m AI project with Derby City Council to transform public services. Our digital assistants, Darcie and Ali, have already improved efficiency by handling over 500k queries. Next, we're expanding AI to more areas, aiming for £12.25m annual savings. This marks a step towards sustainable, inclusive governance. 🚀

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Derby City Council, GB

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Washington, DC uses automated cameras for bus lane enforcement

WMATA buses in the District of Columbia are now using automated cameras to enforce bus-only lanes and bus stop zones. The new initiative, called Clear Lanes, is modeled after similar programs, including San Francisco and New York City, and will be the first to use automated camera technology to enforce bus stop zones in addition to bus-only lanes.

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Washington, DC

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Hamburg, HH pilots large language model named LLMoin

The German city is trialing a large language model (LLM), which is a type of generative artificial intelligence focused on text-based content. The pilot aims to show how LLMs could be used within Hamburg’s public administration. The city also wants to understand the technical and organizational requirements that are necessary to make the technology available to a large number of employees in the future.

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Hamburg, HH

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New York, NY releases Responsible Artificial Intelligence Action Plan

The city has released an Artificial Intelligence Action Plan, thought to be the first of its kind for a major US city. The document sets out how the city will develop a framework for agencies to evaluate AI tools and risks, help city government employees build AI knowledge and skills, and support the implementation of these technologies.

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New York, NY

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Pecos, TX adopts robotic process automation for financial management improvements

Pecos faced delays in financial processes due to a shortage of Finance Department staff. The RPA development process focused on eight areas most likely to benefit from AI-powered bots. The first round of automation handled sales tax and daily cash reconciliation from start to finish. Lessons from this initial deployment were used for automation of utility billing and IT ticket generation. Town officials will build on these successes by pursuing a fully automated accounts payable system.

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Pecos, TX

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Washington, DC collaborates with Eightfold AI on an AI-powered platform for job seekers

Career Ready DC streamlines the hiring process through personalized recommendations to users of the DC Networks job board. The platform evaluates each user's resume for targeted matches with local employers. Additional features include resume customization, application progress tracking, and skill-building suggestions for career changers. Employers benefit from access to applicants with job-related skills, while job seekers experience fewer obstacles to interviews.

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Washington, DC

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Austin, TX evaluates the impacts of Archistar's eCheck assessment tool on permit review times

City officials worked with Archistar on integrating eCheck into its building permit system for the pilot. Permit applicants uploaded their 2D and 3D files through an easy-to-use interface. eCheck uses artificial intelligence to compare building plans against Austin's land-use and zoning ordinances. In minutes, applicants receive compliance reports indicating which areas passed, failed, or lacked sufficient information for approval.

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Austin, TX

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Pitkin County, CO adopts Hexagon's HxGN Connect solution for improved emergency responses

County officials selected HxGN Connect in support of better services to mountain towns. The cloud-based platform automatically maps all incidents reported to local dispatchers and enables rapid cross-department coordination. An AI-powered Smart Advisor feature turns dispatch calls into analytics about linked incidents, personnel needs, and recommended responses. This system may be connected in the future to existing tools like wildfire detectors and public works vehicles.

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Pitkin County, CO

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Syddjurs, DK and neighboring cities map employment service processes with AI-powered platform

Syddjurs and four partner cities used artificial intelligence for a process mining initiative. Municipal data on unemployment benefits, city services, and department contacts resulted in maps of user experiences. The resulting platform recommends the optimal path for each resident's employment search based on predictive analytics. Participating municipalities received 4.1 million kroner from a national innovation fund for the project.

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Syddjurs, DK

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Vejle, DK

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Hertfordshire County Council, GB partners with AWS on AI-powered traffic monitoring platform

County officials wanted a monitoring solution for automated and standardized data collection. Videos from local traffic cameras are sent through an app built on AWS Amplify to the AWS Rekognition tool for analysis. Traffic types, directions, and speeds are documented before image deletion. Twelve-hour sections of video can be correctly categorized in as little as two hours. The platform is easy to access without training and reduces personnel time spent on traffic counts.

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Hertfordshire County Council, GB

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United Kingdom

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