Chapter 9: Artificial intelligence and its regulation in representative institutions
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There is a clear trend towards the adaptation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) based digital solutions in e-Government systems to handle and exploit the sheer volume of the data collected and representative institutions constitute no exception. This chapter attempts a presentation of the state-of-play of AI adaptation in representative institutions. Several use-cases, design approaches and functional characteristics are then discussed in view of a possible strategic paradigm shift towards state-of-the-art, citizen-centric and evidence-informed policy-making institutions. Additionally, a range of implementation factors and limitations for successfully employing AI systems into workspaces, with a particular focus on parliaments, are provided. Furthermore, the emphasis is placed on the potential role of representative institutions as regulatory actors. Ultimately, an attempt to anticipate the next big thing in the evolution of representative institutions is outlined.

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