Our world continues to evolve and remains as fast-paced as ever.
We understand the need to stay ahead and remain innovative can present a challenge. To help, we launched Perspectives*. Designed to inform and inspire, Perspectives* explores how relevant emerging technologies can help us build more innovative public services for today, and tomorrow.
We kicked things off by examining the potential of immersive technologies . Then in in our next volume we delved into the world of chatbots . We braved the machine learning matrix in volume 4, before pushing past 88mph to connect to the future for public services. In our now annual GovTech trends, we've shared our seven key trends for 2023
As always, we welcome your perspective, so continue the conversation at #PerspectivesFromCivica
Head of Strategic Marketing Programmes, Civica
Perspectives* is not just a standard content series. It expands on the latest thinking from our innovation lab, Civica NorthStar, and with opinions from innovators and leaders around the world, showcases the potential of relevant technologies for public services.
Vol 01: Extending our reality
Are immersive technologies more suited to Hollywood and the gaming sector? Or can they enhance service delivery? Explore the impact and opportunities for public services.
Vol 02: Are you talking to me?
From Alexa to Siri, or Bobi to Florence bots have become a seamless extension in our everyday lives. Delve into their world as we examine the impact for public services.
Vol 03: Machine learning reloaded
Since the term ‘machine learning’ was coined in 1959, the technique has been used to build models that lie at the core of daily applications.
Vol 04: Tech Trends 2022
Enhancing access to public services with chatbots
Vol 05: Connect to the Future
Smart devices, IoT, and the odd hoverboard, in volume 5 of Perspectives* we push past 88mph to examine how public services can unlock the full potential of connected devices.
Vol 06: GovTech trends: 2023
In volume 6 of Perspectives* we share our new trends for 2023 and explore how we can build a stronger and more inclusive future