Artificial Intelligence and the Public Sector—Applications and Challenges

  title={Artificial Intelligence and the Public Sector—Applications and Challenges},
  author={B. W. Wirtz and Jan C. Weyerer and Carolin Geyer},
  journal={International Journal of Public Administration},
  pages={596 - 615}
  • B. W. Wirtz, Jan C. Weyerer, Carolin Geyer
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • International Journal of Public Administration
  • ABSTRACT Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have attracted great attention from researchers and practitioners and have opened up a broad range of beneficial opportunities for AI usage in the public sector. Against this background, there is an emerging need for a holistic understanding of the range and impact of AI-based applications and associated challenges. However, previous research considers AI applications and challenges only in isolation and fragmentarily. Given the lack of a… CONTINUE READING
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