Georgia Human Services Agencies Contemplate Use of Artificial Intelligence Software

Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes outlines a possible use case for AI software in government.

by , / May 20, 2016

Government Technology talked to state CIOs about whether artificial intelligence can help government get smarter about service delivery during the NASCIO Midyear Conference in Baltimore. Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes describes how the state is investigating the possibilities for public health programs, where the technology could help with more consistent messaging.

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