Raymond Acquah: Fighting corruption in Ghana with AI technology [Other News]

Corruption is a major issue in Ghana, with a recent survey by Transparency International ranking the country 75th out of 180 countries in its Corruption Perceptions Index. However, with the advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, there is hope that corruption can be reduced and even eliminated in Ghana.

AI technology can detect and prevent corrupt practices in various ways. For example, AI algorithms can analyze data from financial transactions, government contracts, and public records to identify patterns of corruption. This can help authorities investigate and prosecute corrupt officials, as well as prevent further corruption from taking place.

Several countries and companies have already deployed AI technology to fight corruption with promising results. In China, the government has implemented a “social credit system” that uses AI to track citizens’ behaviour and monitor potential corruption among officials. Similarly, Estonia has developed an AI-powered system that automatically flags suspicious government transactions for further investigation...

Source: https://www.myjoyonline.com/raymond-acquah-fighting-corruption-in-ghana-with-ai-technology/

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