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AK Party adopts AI to reform organizational structure

AK Party adopts AI to reform organizational structure
By Newsroom
Jun 3, 2024 10:33 AM

The Justice and Development Party (AK Party) is set to revamp its organizational structure using artificial intelligence (AI), as announced during Sunday’s 31st Consultation and Evaluation Meeting in Kizilcahamam.

Erkan Kandemir, Deputy Chairman in charge of organizations, announced the establishment of an e-Organization model that will utilize artificial intelligence in structuring the party.

Meanwhile, Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya addressed the recent surge in complaints, emphasizing the crackdown on illegal foreign employment, which will be a key topic at the upcoming cabinet meeting.

Stray dogs

During the session focused on parliamentary group activities, stray dogs were highlighted as a nationwide concern requiring social collaboration. Bahadir Yenisehirlioglu, the Group Vice Chairman assigned to address this problem, emphasized its significance and announced plans to present his report on the matter to President Erdogan.

FM’s statement on Gaza crisis

Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan addressed the ongoing crisis in Gaza, noting that the global agenda has progressed from calls for a cease-fire to discussions about a two-state solution.

AI in organizational structure

In the session dedicated to central office activities, deputy chairpersons responsible for electoral affairs and local administrations presented numerical data on election results. Kandemir outlined the innovations planned for the 2028 elections, including the implementation of an artificial intelligence-based e-organization model.

Healthcare major concern

Participants at the camp expressed that, aside from the economy, the healthcare sector is the most pressing issue in Türkiye. They criticized the practice of 10-minute patient consultations as inadequate and unsatisfactory for patients. It was also noted that per capita health expenditure has increased from $100 in 2002 to $306.

Last Updated:  Jun 5, 2024 6:32 PM