Will AI take the jobs of officials? Artificial intelligence will support administration in Poland

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Artificial intelligence has already established itself in many Polish enterprises. This positive trend means that more and more companies want to use AI-based tools. Machines can support not only business, but also public administration in Poland, experts argue. To help officials, specialists prepared the first report on the use of AI tools in the public sector.

Logistics, transport, banking, automotive, trade and medicine – these are just a few of the many fields in which artificial intelligence-based tools are used on a daily basis. Machines not only help create accurate forecasts for companies, but also use complex calculations and advanced algorithms to transform business processes. AI is also an integral part of scientific research and modern medicine.

Artificial intelligence. Public administration will benefit from modern technologies

As experts argue, solutions using modern technologies can provide companies with an advantage over their competitors and will also help solve many social problems. Artificial intelligence can support not only business, but also public administration in Poland, experts argue. And they encourage public sector representatives to take advantage of the opportunities offered by AI, which will soon become one of the most important technologies of the future.

The SoDA AI Research Group presented the report “Human-AI Cooperation: Prospects for the Polish public sector”. This is the first study of this type carried out in Poland. The extensive publication was prepared by several dozen authors from 12 companies from the Polish new technology sector.

It presents the most interesting examples of applications based on artificial intelligence and GenerativeAI from business and the public sector from around the world. Various challenges related to their effective use in national administration are also described.

Artificial intelligence. The document contains numerous examples of activities in administration

“The report includes many publications, ranging from a collective analysis of the impact of AI on the public sector to specialized industry articles,” argue the authors of the publication. They say examples include the use of artificial intelligence in public services, health care, transport, education, justice, as well as in culture and museums.

“The document contains a large collection of articles on issues and challenges useful in every area of ​​the public sector, regardless of whether we are talking about a commune, a district or national institutions” – experts add.

In our report, we go beyond theoretical considerations, presenting specific examples of the use of artificial intelligence in various business segments – says Sebastian Kondracki, chief innovation officer at Deviniti and member of the SoDA AI Research Group program board.

“Examples include the use of AI in the treatment of cataracts at the University Hospital of Singapore, the use of chatbots by the US General Services Administration, the Gdynia Contact Center or serving residents of Mississippi, up to the reconstruction of historical memorabilia by the Italian Institute of Technology,” we read.

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