Artificial intelligence, egovernment architecture, institutional democratic architecture

Artificial intelligence opens us new application spaces, previously inaccessible on an algorithmic basis: activities of perception, classification and prediction.

But every time we digitize an activity, the speed of computers is such that the scale transcends traditional human possibilities.

Scenarios of mass customization, mass conditioning, mass surveillance, etc. open up.

If these activities are carried out by governments, what are the appropriate checks and balances?

Under what power would Montesquieu have placed egovernment?

What is the most suitable IT architecture for an institutional democratic architecture?

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1 thought on “Artificial intelligence, egovernment architecture, institutional democratic architecture”

  1. Paper (= from trees) might find a role as an auxiliary information carrier since paper documents are
    in principle hard to forge (harder than PDFs).
    Would like to discuss paper/games projects to be played in face meetings / virtual mode, perhaps with one of your graduates,
    Me: retired consultant, 7 EU projects initiated and participated, would like to gamify desk research with a strong paper 7 mobile pone element. My directly relevent EU project Paper++ (2000-2003)

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