Artificial intelligence used to classify electronic documents

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has become the first government agency to operate wholly in the cloud – and is now using the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to automatically classify records and documents.  The project, called RADICAL (Record and Document Innovation and Capture – Artificial Learning), …

Government CIOs focusing more on analytics

There is growing recognition among government CIOs that all levels of government are evolving to be better organizers and supervisors of public data, a new survey suggests. Government CIOs have begun to focus increasingly on high-level data use, Rick Howard, a VP analyst at Gartner, told StateScoop, and “those who are …

Powerful Benefits of Paperless Processes

Going paperless? It’s more common than ever for government and public sector organizations facing the need to improve performance, yet keep costs under control. With government workflow automation, they can achieve at least four major benefits. Other challenges? These organizations are faced with the challenge of collecting and securing vast …

Four Workflow Automation Challenges for Government

There are four key challenges associated with storing, sharing and protecting information in an increasingly digital environment. Today’s information landscape is marked by rapidly growing amounts of digital and printed information requiring organizations to find innovative ways to manage, store and access that information. As processes transform to become more …

Questions the public sector needs to ask about blockchain

JOHANNESBURG – 27 million. That’s the number of search results for “blockchain”. Six million results returned for “What should I know about blockchain?” In a recent TechCrunch article, Jason Rowley noted that over the past 14 months, “blockchain and related start-ups have raised nearly $1.3billion (R16.36bn) in traditional venture capital …