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Saving time for citizens and officials, thanks to AI
Governments at all levels are concentrating their efforts on efficiency by automating time-consuming tasks and streamlining their administration. This allows them to focus on their key objectives. Citizens and organizations alike benefit from a government that is able to manage its workload effectively and provide people with the right information at the right time. In addition to insights into the underlying organizational processes, the Trendskout platform also offers AI-powered workflows. This takes the burden off government employees for otherwise time-consuming tasks, including manual checking of forms and other documents. This allows governments to focus on what matters most: providing citizen-first support.
Case Study: Innovation in Utrecht, information tailored to the needs of every citizen
As the fourth-largest city in the Netherlands, Utrecht sets an example when it comes to providing service. The city’s sophisticated information policy allows for easy access to policy documents, information and online applications – both for citizens and public officials working in the local government offices.
Typical site search had proven no longer sufficient to pull the right information from the city’s enormous database. That is why the local council turned to Trendskout and its AI recommendation engine. It displays context-sensitive recommendations as search results, which helps to display the right information and reduces workload on public officials.
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Readers' responses to news items are not only food for thought on newspaper websites, but also beyond. Many editors are worried about how they can maintain the balance between sufficient participation and a civilized debate in commentary sections. Where many news media in recent years decided to completely disable responses, DPG took a different approach...