Mitic launches AI training for public officials with support from Korea

Asuncion, IP Agency.- The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (Mitic), in collaboration with the Korean Government Cooperation Center (DGCC), launched this Monday a training program on artificial intelligence (AI) applied to e-government aimed at public officials. For this a delegation from Korea has come to the country to impart this intensive training.

The five-day program at the Center for Access to Information (CAI) aims to strengthen the skills of public officials in Big Data and Machine Learning-based solutions.

This Monday morning, Jong Dae Lim, director of the Paraguay – Korea Digital Government Cooperation Center, presented all the details of the AI ​​Capacity Development Program to Minister Gustavo Villete and Deputy Minister of Technologies Juan Artizon.

The 30-hour training program is targeted at 30 officers from various public agencies, including representatives from the Directorate of Planning and the Directorate of Communications.

Through this training, officials will be able to learn about Korea’s advanced management services, system configuration, and supporting legislation for big data/ML-based management.

In addition, they will develop greater planning skills to plan data-driven scientific management as an executive. They will have training opportunities to analyze data and make predictions using Python and Big Jammy.

Officials from the following organizations are participating: National Emergency Secretariat (SEN); Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF); Ministry of Home Affairs (MDI); Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MATS); Directorate of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) and Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MIC).

as well as the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG); National Institute of Statistics (INE); Directorate of National Tax Revenue (DNIT); Ministry of Public Works and Communications (MOPC); Municipality of Asuncion (Muni Açu) and the Vice-Ministry of Economy and Planning (VEP).

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Minister Willett highlighted the importance of this exercise to strengthen the capabilities of the public sector in the use of AI. „AI is a disruptive technology that has the potential to transform government services to citizens,” he said.

For his part, Deputy Minister Artisone pointed out that training is an important step in public sector innovation. “We are committed to promoting technology-based training to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of public administration,” he noted.

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