The OECD will be hosting in few weeks time the Conference on Artificial Intelligence - “AI: Intelligent Machines, Smart Policies” that will bring together policymakers, representatives of civil society and AI experts from industry and academia to discuss opportunities and challenges and the role of policy and international co-operation.
While the target of the conference is wider than the one of the Task Force we need to remind that even if our focus is the creation of new or better services for citizens with the insertion of AI instruments, this will nevertheless be affecting the digital economy world.
Trying to pioneering Artificial Intelligence in the Public Administration is per se an innovative approach that brings disruption to the technology ecosystem. So far PAs were the last one in adopting innovation, mush later than the market. Could this Task Force, among others created by other governments, be an innovative alternative to the creation of a new way of seeing the PA among the pioneers of technological advancement and mainstream?