8 ways AI is changing the way local governments do business
Local governments are turning more frequently, and in an increasingly broad variety of ways, to artificial intelligence. These eight examples show just how great an impact AI is making in the lives of people around the world.
Darwin launches interactive guide to jumpstart AI use
As part of its robust Smart Darwin program, the Australian city has introduced a tool to promote broader and better use of artificial intelligence. They did so by building upon work done by another city.
Citizen Engagement Part 2: One-click engagement on the go
Williamsburg, VA and Arlington, TX share their use cases with Citibot - an AI driven chatbot that enables community engagement via text message or web chat.
London, ON uses AI to fight chronic homelessness
Not only has the city built a model to identify and support at-risk individuals sooner, it open sourced the code so any government can do the same.
Edmonton, AB builds AI framework to deliver smarter projects
The city’s emphasis on good data and thoughtful analytics provides a roadmap for local governments looking to use artificial intelligence.
London, ON takes technology beyond its city limits
From information security and AI to big-picture thinking around leadership, the city pairs technology with a thoughtful management approach to drive results beyond its borders.
Citibot's AI chatbot makes local government more accessible
Citizens can text questions, log issues, or receive alerts from their city.
Edmonton leveraging AI to make safety code inspections more efficient
Using risk-based predictive modeling to score pass rates for non-mandatory inspections, the City has been able to devote more attention to higher-risk projects while shortening timelines for builders.
Montgomery, AL automates road assessments using Ai
Montgomery partners with RoadBotics for AI-driven road condition surveys.
Pittsburgh, PA reduces traffic congestion with AI
City utilizes growing network of smart traffic lights to emissions by 21% and journey times by 26%.