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From Zero to Sixty_ How AI Can Alter the Course of Public Safety

From Zero to Sixty: How AI Can Alter the Course of Public Safety

Arnaldo Luis Colon, PMP®,
Today, technological advances are being developed and distributed to much of the world at a pace never seen before. Smart phones and devices inform millions of people about events around the world in real time while smart sensors are providing…

Making the Most of Automation in the Public Sector

Danilo Gargiulo,
Governments are the stewards of the citizens and have the hard task of delivering high quality services to citizens while managing tight budgets. Automation can help. Here are 3 ways governments can make the most out of this beneficial tool.

How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Local Government

GovThink,
Artificial intelligence is changing local government. More and more municipalities are uncovering the benefits that AI can bring to everyday workflows. Listen to what finance leaders within local governments have to say about how AI can…

Law Enforcement on the Future of Artificial Intelligence

GovThink
Whether it’s through a deeper, more effective analysis of data or catching criminals on the run, law enforcement is embracing the potential AI can bring to public safety and citizens alike. Discover what sheriffs, chiefs and other law enforcement leaders have to say about AI

The 3 Goals Artificial Intelligence Can Help Local Governments Achieve

Tom Amburgey
The biggest fear among science fiction fans is that artificial intelligence (AI) will eliminate the human race. The biggest fear people with mortgages and car payments have is that artificial intelligence will eliminate their jobs. Pop…

3 Ways Artificial Intelligence is Changing Public Safety

Steve Seoane
Artificial intelligence has the power to drastically change the public safety landscape. Discover how law enforcement is embracing AI’s potential and how it’s already being used to help prevent mass shootings, respond more quickly to medical emergencies and help save firefighters’ lives.