As technology advances, so do the opportunities for government officials to better serve their communities. With artificial intelligence tools (AI), government officials can streamline their processes, improve decision-making capabilities, and ultimately enhance the overall efficiency of government operations.
AI has become an indispensable tool for innovation, and we've compiled the top 5 AI tools every public servant should use.
We can't talk about AI tools without talking about Chat GPT, owned by tech company OpenAI. When this AI chatbot emerged, it took professionals by storm with its easy-to-use interface and human-like answers. This tool is necessary for anyone looking to easily create and innovate, including those in government.
Government officials can use ChatGPT for various tasks, including:
With the right prompts, Chat GPT can offer Philippine government officials tremendous opportunities to innovate.
A product by Limitless Lab, a Philippine-based social innovation company, GreatGov GPT helps public servants write ordinances, bills, memos, and even terms of references much more easily.
This AI-powered writing tool is free and only needs government officials to write the context of the bill they wish to create, after which GreatGov GPT will now provide a base template government officials can easily edit.
Limitless Lab created GreatGov GPT using design thinking principles and the latest tech to ensure it answers the public servant's most pressing needs.
An AI search engine created by founders Aravind Srinivas, Denis Yarats, Johnny Ho, and Andy Konwinski and funded by successful tech companies, Perplexity.ai helps government officials with research-related tasks by providing sites and sources from around the web.
Unlike other search engines, Perplexity.ai provides users with:
A video creation platform founded by Michael Chan, who founded successful tech and digital companies such as WittyCookie and Sniply, Lumen5 allows government officials to create engaging video content quickly without training.
Government officials only need to tell the tool what story they want to see in the video, upload the images, and then choose a preferred template. Officials can also upload a finished website, and Lumen5 will create everything from scratch.
TLDR This, created by tech company Facebook, is an AI tool that automatically summarizes articles, books, and other long-form content into a shorter version, which saves government officials more time and effort.
To use the tool, government officials only need to copy the resource link, and they will automatically be given the shorter version.
As AI tools evolve and improve, they will undoubtedly play an increasingly important role in government operations. However, it's important to remember that AI is not foolproof, and a learning gap must still be addressed.
While these tools can provide valuable insights and assistance, government officials should not rely solely on tech tools to make critical decisions. Instead, they should view these tools as a starting point for innovation and use their expertise and judgment to make final decisions. By combining the power of AI with human intelligence, governments can leverage the best of both worlds to drive progress and improve the lives of citizens.