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Artificial intelligence in government
Understanding presidential orders on regulation reform
Federal agency leaders can feel frustrated by the massive task of regulatory reform. When you consider that there are hundreds of thousands of sections of the Code of Federal Regulations, it would likely be no surprise if regulatory reform feels a bit daunting. How should government leaders go about sifting through them? Even after finding candidate regulations for reform, how should leaders make sense of which ones to keep and which to change? Some regulations are necessary and fundamentally valuable while others cause unnecessary burden.
The same artificial intelligence-based technologies we've come to rely on in our personal lives can now be put to work in human services, helping agencies to cut costs, free up millions of labor hours for more critical tasks, and deliver better, faster services.
In this article, we examine how the same artificial intelligence-based technologies we’ve come to rely on in our personal lives can be put to work in human services. We also survey how government entities are using these technologies across the full life cycle of a human services case. Using the first-ever quantitative forecast of how AI will reshape government work, we outline the potential time and cost savings human services agencies can achieve from investing in AI-based technologies over the next five-seven years.