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Preliminary results of an empirical study about AI applications in the parliamentary workspace
By Fotis Fitsilis, Hellenic Parliament; presented at the 12th Samos Summit on 5 July 2022;
Session 4: Artificial Intelligence in Governance (Disruptive Technologies for Administrations and Cities 1)
see https://www.samos-summit.com/agenda/;

Preliminary results of an empirical study about AI applications in the parliamentary workspace
By Fotis Fitsilis, Hellenic Parliament; presented at the 12th Samos Summit on 5 July 2022;
Session 4: Artificial Intelligence in Governance (Disruptive Technologies for Administrations and Cities 1)
see https://www.samos-summit.com/agenda/;

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  1. 1. 1 Dr. Fotis Fitsilis Scientific Service, Hellenic Parliament July 5, 2022
  2. 2. Structure  Motivation  Collaborators  Design of Experiment  Results  Next steps 2
  3. 3. Motivation  AI: Buzz word or reality?  Broad applications in society and economy  Opportunities and challenges  Paradigm shift in public organizations  What about parliaments?  Screening the parliamentary workspace for AI-based solutions 3
  4. 4. 4 •Study prepared and implemented by: & Open Government Institute + Hellenic OCR Team
  5. 5. DOE I 5  Two-step approach: 1. Brainstorming method (small team of experts) 2. Parliamentary workshop (MPs and practitioners)  Tool: Xleap, https://www.xleap.net  Cloud-based online variant for brainstorming  Parameters:  Relevance values: from 0 (irrelevant) to 10 (must-have)  Priority values: from 0 (2021) to 10 (2030)
  6. 6. DOE II 6  Brainstorming: July 2020 (German, English)  Workshop: March2021 (Greek)  Composition: 14 participantsfrom 7 parliamentary sectors  ScientificService  IT Unit  StrategyUnit  LibraryUnit  Emergency response Unit  Projects Unit  MP advisors
  7. 7. Preliminary results I 7 36 13 14 17 37 19 13 47 14 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Brainstorming results: 210
  8. 8. Preliminary results II 8 Data forparliamentarians # AI proposal (shorttitles; sorted afterrelevance) 1 Voting systems 2 Textanalytics 3 “SmartMP“ systems 4 Smartproceedings/minutes 5 AI-based subtitling 6 Workflowmanagement 7 Digital assistant 8 Smartmessaging service 9 Smartdebater 10 Chatbot 11 Automatictranslationinreal time 12 AI-based activity control 13 Predictive analytics
  9. 9. The next steps 9 Implications (Hellenic Parliament) 1. When updating the parliament’s strategy plan 2. When planning for the organisation’s next generation ICT systems Wider implications (parliamentarycommunity)  (Re-)usability and applicability of results  Validation in different parliamentary workspaces (Argentina 2022)
  10. 10. Contact & disclaimer web: fitsilis.gr E-mail: fitsilisf@parliament.gr The informationand views set out in this presentationareonly those of the author and do not necessarilyreflecttheofficialopinion of the Hellenic Parliament 10

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