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WEF article: Responsible Procurement of AI in Public administration

New article out! Overview of 30 resources for responsible procurement of AI in public administration. Published at the World Economic Forum. Here's the link to the full article.


👉Governments are increasingly purchasing AI systems, but there is a need for responsible procurement practices to consider societal risks and opportunities.

👉Existing resources include general guidelines, targeted recommendations and regulatory initiatives

👉We review and link to resources in each category

👉We identify gaps: More tools and repositories are needed to support responsible AI procurement, including RFP templates, contract clauses and scorecards for evaluating AI ethics maturity.

👉In creating resources, there needs to be more engagement with practitioners.

📢On that note -- Please reach out if you are working in AI procurement in public administration. I researching and developing resources. I'd love to share what I've learned so far and get feedback from you on what would be helpful.

➤In addition to me, the team behind this article includes:

👉Hubert Halopé - Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Lead at the World Economic Forum

👉Virginia Dignum - Professor of Responsible Artificial Intelligence, Umeå University

👉Beth Schwanke - Executive Director at University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security.

👉Ana-Maria Dimand, LL.B., Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration, Boise State University

👉Emmaline Rial - Graduate student, University of Pittsburgh



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