Government Office! Government Work!! What is the very first thing that comes to your mind after hearing this??? Delayed work and an office filled with dusty files??? Well, that really is the case with the government today. For years we have been dwelling on the documentation. Reading and maintaining the record is very important when you run a country this big. Each word, each line, each question and each answer counts a lot.
Maintaining the record of the smallest word and the loudest scream is equally difficult. All these years it was a human-based job. Slowly we shifted to recording the meetings but still, the problem was not solved. Tracing down to one particular data is a critical task. One will have to know the exact date, time and place which is difficult to remember.
What is the new approach?
The Parliament and the state assemblies will soon be using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in a way to handle the bills and committee reports. It will also be used to keep a record of the lacks of questions asked by over 5300 members each year. With this approach, the government will be able to systematically maintain the data. And also this might be a huge step in making the government paperless.
The Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, and the state legislature will be deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning to simplify the operations of the house. It will also help in operating the legislative workflow more efficiently. The government has undertaken this for the national e-Vidhan project.
What is E-Vidhan?
E-Vidhan also can be called as the paperless assembly or the e-assembly. It is a concept that will use electronic means to facilitate the work of assembly. It aims to automate the lawmaking process, tracking decisions, the documentation of various processes, and will also allow easy sharing of information. The main aim of the project is to bring the complete legislative working on one platform thereby making its working easy and reducing the complexity of applications.
The entry of AI
The process of making a 67 years paper-based government paperless is a complicated process. The first and most important step will be of processing the data. In the second stage, the processed data will be analyzed and information will be made available in different formats. This analyzed information is termed as “cooked information”. AI and ML applications will be providing this” cooked information”.
The 3 houses and the thousands of members propose lacks questions every year. The processing of these questions involves huge paperwork and documentation. The analysis of the same isn’t an easy process. To make this process easy, systematic and less time-consuming AI and ML will be used. AL and ML will study and derive patterns from the documents and might suggest improvements. This will not only help the government in analyzing particular documentation but will also help in making decisions. AI will be studying previous instances and results and in accordance will provide suggestions. This way the overall thinking of a case will take place.
The implementation of AI and ML in the governance will definitely bring a huge change. This one change will change the system in many aspects. Not only will the government go paperless but also the processing speed of the government and for the people will reduce considerably. This will also help in making well-studied decisions. The implementation of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will pave way for rapid development of the country.