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Issue No.05 - September/October (2009 vol.24)
pp: 64-86
Hsinchun Chen , University of Arizona
<p>As the government and political process become more transparent, participatory, online, and multimedia rich, there is a great opportunity for adopting advanced artificial intelligence and intelligent systems research in e-government and politics 2.0 applications. The six essays in this installment of Trends &#x0026; Controversies explore how AI research is enriching e-government and e-participation: in political organizing and campaigns; blogosphere analysis; public commentary systems; ecology research and resource management; policy development tools based on social network analysis and argumentation mining, analysis, and visualization; and in e-government development in Asia.</p>
Trends &#x0026; Controversies, e-government, e-participation, e-democracy, politics 2.0
Hsinchun Chen, "AI, E-government, and Politics 2.0", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.24, no. 5, pp. 64-86, September/October 2009, doi:10.1109/MIS.2009.91
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