When Will Governments Be Ready for AI?

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Getting the point of citizen expectations with artificial intelligence provides many challenges for central public authorities, and governments are also attempting to perfect the citizen experience in line with the progress of technology and market changes. While many operational processes become more fluid as a result of innovative technological solutions, states and states that are advantageous in terms of the healthy operation of service and documentation processes, as well as the correct management of decisions made, are beginning to emerge in international competition.

We will discuss the evolution of artificial intelligence, the influence of new technologies that stand out among governments and state structures, and the implications of this evolution for businesses and citizens. “Making Individual Expectations Meaningful with Artificial Intelligence” or “When will governments be ready for AI?” Hello and welcome to our article!

In today’s evolving circumstances, artificial intelligence (AI) has various uses for governments. It can be used to advance public policy goals such as emergency services, health and well-being. As well as to help the public interact with the government (for example, through the use of virtual assistants).

At this point, it makes sense to ask the question:

Should the government regulate artificial intelligence?

Artificial intelligence should be managed under the same conditions as humans. Manufacturers must agree to comply with general ethical guidelines mandated by international regulations. There needs to be a awareness of AI logic and decision-making processes. It should be able to lead to arrangements that can reinterpret competitive structures at the international level.

So then, which country or government is the best at AI? However, the question “Which country is best for applications in AI?” continues to bother many people. We can try to derive an answer based on the closest case to the answer. The best-known countries for artificial intelligence studies and investments are the United States of America (USA) and Germany

In today’s reality, the impact of Google and social media, enhanced by artificial intelligence, on online shopping is significant. Every month, Google Images receives hundreds of millions of queries for commercial or interactive purposes. According to a worldwide survey, 48% of customers see products they might want to buy while surfing the web. According to a survey conducted in the USA, 87% of people get information about these products from Youtube.

Consumers usually start looking for the most suitable product after identifying a need. 89% of users say Youtube is the best and most reliable source for this process. 40% of users search for the product on Google, both to read reviews and to do full research before purchasing. It is very important to complete the purchase phase perfectly. Another issue that consumers consider is the ability to control stock and inventory or to acquire instantly. These people get information about working hours and days by searching the stores that sell this product near them.

Remember that almost half of consumers can buy a product they see on the internet, and Artificial Intelligence plays a large part in this.

What Will Artificial Intelligence Look Like in 100 years? 

Although at first we can only think of automatic captioning and automatic image description creation as a few examples that make technology accessible to people with disabilities, 100 years from now. Technology will reach a stage where it will offer equal opportunities and comfort to people with disabilities. As a result, artificial intelligence will contribute to the reduction of regional disparities and the globalization of life on Earth.

How will AI still change the world?
On a significantly larger scale, AI is poised to have a significant impact on sustainability, climate change, and environmental issues. Ideally, and with the use of partially advanced sensors, we can predict that cities will become less congested, less polluted, and generally more livable.

Until then, as IQ Motion with research and using flow charts to wireframe, our mission is to create problem-solving by using AI-based tools to build websites and applications compatible with all platforms.