A proof of concept at the Department for Work and Pensions has revealed that the powerful artificial intelligence of Agilisys Automate can automatically process 42% of the documentation submitted with Personal Income Payment claims. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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18th June, 2015
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A proof of concept at the Department for Work and Pensions has revealed that the powerful artificial intelligence of Agilisys Automate can automatically process 42% of the documentation submitted with Personal Income Payment claims.

Artificial Intelligence helps DWP automate almost half of white mail processing
 
New Services

Residents in Wealden can now watch local council meetings via webcast, which also has a ‘catch-up’ feature, to make the meetings more accessible and engage local people in the political process.

Wealden Council meetings to be broadcast via webcast feature
 

A local councillor has described Norfolk County Council’s IT project to overhaul public services as a “looming catastrophe”, as the scheme suffers delays and increasing costs.

Councillor warns of “looming catastrophe” for IT project
 

The Tech Partnership has opened its training fund to cover up to 50% of the cost of ADBL digital courses for public sector employees, available on a first come, first served basis.

New digital training fund opens to public sector employees
 
New Product / Technology

Councillor Lisa Mulherin, Leeds City Council’s executive member for health, wellbeing and adults said: “Digital technology and the internet can be the key to unlocking an incredible range of social opportunities for people.”

Leeds Council funding new social network to bridge the digital divide
 
Policy

Hampshire County Council is requesting that the government give local authorities the powers to legally enforce the implementation of superfast internet as part of the planning process for new-build homes.

Hampshire Council wants legal powers for new-build superfast broadband
 
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