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Public participation and innovative technologies: the role of artificial intelligence in public administration and sustainable development

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Olga Cholyshkina ,
Olga Cholyshkina

Department of Computational Mathematics and Computer Modeling Interregional Academy of Personnel Management 03039, 2 Frometivska Str., Kyiv, Ukraine

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Anna Karnaukh ,
Anna Karnaukh

Department of Political Sciences Educational and Scientific Institute of Law and Political Science National Pedagogical Dragomanov University 01601, 9 Pyrohova Str., Kyiv, Ukraine

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Olha Volianiuk ,
Olha Volianiuk

Department of Political Sciences Educational and Scientific Institute of Law and Political Science National Pedagogical Dragomanov University 01601, 9 Pyrohova Str., Kyiv, Ukraine

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Maryna Ostapenko ,
Maryna Ostapenko

Department of Political Science Educational and Scientific Institute of Law and Political Science National Pedagogical Dragomanov University 01601, 9 Pyrohova Str., Kyiv, Ukraine

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Anastasiia Holishevska ,
Anastasiia Holishevska

Department of Political Sciences Educational and Scientific Institute of Law and Political Science National Pedagogical Dragomanov University 01601, 9 Pyrohova Str., Kyiv, Ukraine

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Abstract

The article examines the impact of artificial intelligence on public administration and its role in achieving sustainable development. The authors analyze how the introduction of AI can contribute to increased efficiency, transparency, and accountability in the public sector, focusing on the importance of artificial intelligence in the fight against corruption, ensuring security, and optimizing administrative processes. The article focuses on the role of artificial intelligence in public administration and its impact on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The authors analyze how AI can contribute to increasing efficiency, transparency, and accountability in public administration, as well as affect economic development and social justice. The analysis is based on the methods of analysis and synthesis, historical method, formal legal method, and systemic method. These methods allow for in-depth research of the topic, revealing its complexity and formulating conclusions and recommendations. The authors demonstrate that AI is making a significant contribution to various aspects of public administration, including automating citizen services, analyzing large amounts of data, forecasting demand for services, and evaluating political effectiveness. The authors also discuss potential issues related to privacy, security, ethical considerations, and accuracy of AI. They point out the need to create conditions for the effective implementation of AI in public administration, including the adaptation of international standards and practices to the Ukrainian context. They consider potential challenges and problems associated with the use of AI, such as privacy, security, ethics, accuracy, and bias, as well as the risks of technology dependence. An important part of the article is the consideration of international examples of AI application in public administration that can serve as a model for Ukraine. Ultimately, the article emphasizes the importance of developing strategies and approaches that facilitate the integration of AI into public administration that meets Ukraine's national interests and is open to innovation and technological progress.

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Cholyshkina O, Karnaukh A, Volianiuk O, Ostapenko M, Holishevska A. Public participation and innovative technologies: the role of artificial intelligence in public administration and sustainable development. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología - Serie de Conferencias [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 30 [cited 2024 Jul. 19];3:974. Available from: https://conferencias.saludcyt.ar/index.php/sctconf/article/view/974

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