№2, 2024

Mohammad Ali Al Qudah, Leyla Muradkhanli, Mutaz Mohammed Abuhashish

The implementation of artificial intelligence has the scope to revolutionize e-government services by enhancing the quality of life for citizens, enhancing operational efficiency, and enabling groundbreaking applications. There is a possibility that this can be achieved through technical improvements. A wide range of artificial intelligence technologies and services are offered by Amazon Web Services, which has the potential to alter how e-government services are provided. The purpose of this abstract is to study the revolutionary potential of AI by utilizing AWS and to highlight the benefits and possibilities that it provides to the field of e-government. The utilization of artificial intelligence in conjunction with Amazon web services has the potential to significantly enhance the quality of e-government services by reducing inefficiencies, enabling the development of creative applications, and enabling the customization of experiences. With the assistance of the artificial intelligence tools and services offered by Amazon web services, the public sector can take advantage of the revolutionary power of artificial intelligence while also ensuring that responsible and ethical practices are followed (pp.71-81).

Keywords:Artificial intelligence Amazon web services, E-government, Machine learning, Deep learning, Enhance the quality, Services

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