Can Artificial Intelligence Help Government Serve Citizens?

Wisconsin CIO David Cagigal thinks every time a citizen interacts with government, it should make government smarter.

by , / May 10, 2016

At the NASCIO Mid-Year Conference in Baltimore last week, Government Technology talked to state CIOs about whether cognitive computing can help them deal with the data deluge. Wisconsin CIO David Cagigal sees a definite role for technology that learns from citizen behavior to inform services and anticipate future needs. 

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