BAKU, Azerbaijan, Feb. 19
By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:
Uzbekistan will use artificial intelligence for remote biometric identification of users in the provision of electronic government, Trend reports referring to Norma information and legal portal.
According to the President's decree on measures to create conditions for the accelerated introduction of artificial intelligence technologies, the list of pilot projects for the introduction of artificial intelligence technologies implemented in 2021–2022 has been approved.
In particular, Uzbekistan will be applied artificial intelligence in the agriculture field in the process of monitoring the state of soil and crops based on data from remote sensing of the earth, as well as the operation of agricultural machinery, including combines.
Also, artificial intelligence will be used to improve the efficiency of monitoring the activities of commercial banks and to simplify their compliance with regulatory requirements (SubTech and RegTech), as well as to analyze the quality of banking services, remote biometric identification (Face-ID) of users and assess credit risks.
Artificial intelligence will also be used to analyze and improve the efficiency of budget expenditures, pension, social, and insurance payments, as well as benefits in Uzbekistan.
As for the transport sector, Uzbekistan plans artificial intelligence to control locomotives to track their movement and warn drivers in dangerous situations, analyze public transport traffic and determine their optimal routes, as well as monitor traffic and traffic jams.
Furthermore, the government of Uzbekistan plans artificial intelligence for remote biometric identification of users in the provision of electronic government and financial services (Face-ID).
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