Perspectives: Artificial intelligence boosts anti-corruption efforts in Armenia

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The chair of Armenia’s Corruption Prevention Commission says artificial intelligence is helping agency representatives combat corruption and “hold themselves and other sections of government accountable to the citizens they serve.” A central challenge in implementing the new technology, the official adds, is striking a proper balance between privacy protection and the public interest. In a public policy paper, titled LeveragingAItoCounterCorruptioninArmenia, Haykuhi Harutyunyan describes how AI is enhancing the watchdog agency’s ability to scrutinize asset declarations filed by politicians and…

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