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Using Disruptive Technologies in Government: Identification of Research and Training Needs

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Abstract

Over the past years, a number of new technologies have emerged with a potential to disrupt many spheres of the society. While public sector traditionally lacks behind business in innovation, significant changes are anticipated with the use of disruptive technologies. The implementation of the new technologies for the government service provision, along with possible benefits, need to be well thought through and challenges need to be carefully discussed, analysed and evaluated. This paper uses scenario-technique to identify research and training needs for the implementation of disruptive technologies in government services. Using the input of 58 experts from three workshops, research and training needs for the internet of things, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, as well as big data technologies have been identified. The identified needs can serve as a starting point for a broader and more informed discussion about the knowledge and skills that the researchers and practitioners of digital government need to obtain for the broad use of such new (disruptive) technologies.
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hal-02445814 , version 1 (20-01-2020)

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Alexander Ronzhyn, Maria A. Wimmer, Vera Spitzer, Gabriela Viale Pereira, Charalampos Alexopoulos. Using Disruptive Technologies in Government: Identification of Research and Training Needs. 18th International Conference on Electronic Government (EGOV), Sep 2019, San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy. pp.276-287, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-27325-5_21⟩. ⟨hal-02445814⟩
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