Use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies like machine learning in the public sector is set to explode around the world as governments invest heavily in digital transformation efforts prioritising automated decision-making technologies.
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In Intermedium’s 6 August Market Watch webinar on Machine Learning in Government a question was asked on the necessity of adopting common taxonomies and data models across government to enable machine learning:
While intelligence analysts have access to unprecedented amounts of information, they also face the dauting task of sorting through it.
Major reforms to funding models, the use of external contractors, and recalcitrant public sector attitudes against risk and innovation are up for consideration by the Independent Review of the Australian Public Service (APS)
Approximately $640 million has been pledged to the development of new technologies of relevance to the Australian Department of Defence (Defence) over the coming decade via Australia’s Defence Innovation Hub (the Hub) investment program
Closing the urban-rural digital divide and modernising existing networks are the two key themes driving Australia’s growing investment in stronger ICT infrastructure – a trend set to intensify as governments continue to drive a ‘digital first’ approach to service delivery
The modernisation of the resources sector is prompting the take up of an assortment of new technologies including drones, HD satellite video, fixed IP cameras, and infrared cameras
The Queensland Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (DSITI) is seeking a machine learning solution to assist in the forecasting of tide levels following storms or other extreme weather
State Archives & Records New South Wales is looking to streamline records management processes using machine learning
A new digital marketplace for the Queensland Government has been announced to complement the recent redesign of QLD’s contracting framework to make ICT procurement simpler and faster