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Communication dans un congrès

Intelligence artificielle et problèmes de gouvernance dans les pays en développement

Abstract : Artificial intelligence (AI) is a strategic pillar for the future of humanity. In this perspective, this article examines the advantages and potentials of its use in developing countries, particularly in the governance of those members of UEMOA. Thus, it should be emphasized that AI could significantly improve the governance of WAEMU countries by limiting intermediation in collection or payment systems and thus contribute to better transparency of the systems. It also makes up for the lack of qualified personnel, especially doctors in the most remote areas, it also strengthens security through its ability to enforce the law in the establishment of means of identification and control, in particular through the TV camera with facial recognition. However, developing countries, due to technological backwardness, do not have the capacity to fully exploit AI at the present time, so they should pool efforts and orient their school systems to better prepare the present generations for future changes and planetary issues.
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Mamadou Ndione, Diouf Diéne Kolly Ousseynou. Intelligence artificielle et problèmes de gouvernance dans les pays en développement. Colloque Intelligence artificielle et innovation sociale, Université Bordeaux-Montaigne, Jun 2021, Bordeaux, France. ⟨hal-03460876⟩

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