There are relatively few examples of how artificial intelligence(AI) and machine learning (ML) have been deployed directly in anti-corruption work. Such technologies are more often implemented by investigators, banks, and financial institutions to uncover financial crime, fraud, or suspicious transactions. Anti-corruption organisations recently have been offered similar tools. A collaboration between Exiger and Transparency International (TI) in the UK aims to improve TI’s capacity to analyse public records to identify risk for corruption. In Ukraine, the local chapter of TI has developed its own AI tool to reveal fraudulent bids in public procurement. They named the tool Dozorro, as they deployed it to monitor the open source government procurement system Prozorro.
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