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AI Procurement in a Box: Lessons in best practice from Brazil

AI procurement could be key to revolutionizing public sector operations and services.

Clara Langevin

Project Lead, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Brazil

Rafael Fassio

C4IR Brazil Fellow AI/ML and State Attorney, São Paulo State Government, C4IR Brazil

Julien Marc Hannigan Pigot

Senior Analyst, C4IR Brasil

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