Guidelines for AI procurement in government
Supporting the public sector in exploring artificial intelligence solutions
Our new toolkit will help organizations in the public sector build leading artificial intelligence (AI) procurement practices, set a new efficient, ethical standard, and accelerate AI adoption.
COVID-19: Aviation’s recovery flight plan
Strong ecosystem collaboration required
COVID-19 has hit the aviation industry hard, and the entire ecosystem is feeling the pain. In our latest report, we explore three key areas where aviation organizations will need to focus and invest as they recover from the repercussions of lockdowns and position themselves to thrive in future.
How justice organizations can serve citizens with rapid digital enablement
How some justice organizations are fast-tracking digital enablement
The pandemic has put constraints on justice operating models in Canada, but it also serves as an important opportunity to rethink the justice system for the digital age.
Safe, smart cities: Enormous potential but significant challenges
Read our new post in which Peter Sloly explores the incredible potential and notable challenges of safe, smart cities, looks at how cities are overcoming barriers to “get smarter”, and offers his perspective on what aspiring smart cities need to do.
Emerging tech that can make smart cities safer
High-tech still needs to be high-touch
Technological breakthroughs like big data and advanced analytics are revolutionizing policing and improving public safety. Read now to discover how these breakthroughs could play a pivotal role in reducing crime levels in the smart city of the future.