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A report published by The Oxford Commission on AI and Good Governance, led by the Oxford Internet Institute, which includes policy recommendations to improve AI procurement in the UK, has warned that “existing frameworks for procurement and implementation are no longer fit for purpose and ill-equipped to provide guidance on the democratic use of AI.”

The commission was formed to assess key challenges surrounding the adoption of AI technology in the public sector, including design, procurement, implementation and accountability, and provide recommendations to the government.

“Lacking guidelines and best practices, governments are at risk of being sold unsuitable technologies by consulting and IT firms or developing inadequate products in-house,” it says. Read the full story in Supply Management and access GovShop to find suppliers in this area.

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