Blockchain was selected as one of the 10 promising technologies of the e-Government that would realize a smart government by the Ministry of the Interior and Safety and the National Information Society Agency.
With this, blockchain has been chosen as an important technology applied to the e-Government for three years in a row after 2017 and 2018. The other 10 promising technologies include artificial intelligence (AI) ethics to be observed when introducing AI to public services; artificial emotional intelligence that would raise civil service chatbots’ service levels; atypical data analysis aimed at figuring out people’s hidden demand for services; multiple clouds that would remove the barrier between public and private clouds; edge computing that would exploit distributed small servers; extended reality (XR) that would encompass virtual reality and augmented reality; automatic AI security; reactive Internet of Things; and 5G infrastructure techniques.
Jeong Yun-ki, director-general of the e-Government bureau at the Ministry of the Interior and Safety, said, “Based on the accurate understanding of up-to-date technologies, we will prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and lay the solid foundation for a smart government.” /firstname.lastname@example.org
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