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CADE to expand use of AI, machine learning for detection of anticompetitive behavior

By Flavia Fortes
  • 15 Sep 2020 12:26
  • 15 Sep 2020 13:12
The Brazilian competition authority is investing in intelligence tools to more easily detect anticompetitive conduct by companies, the president of the agency said.
The Administrative Council for Economic Defense, or CADE, is looking to expand its use of artificial intelligence and machine learning for monitoring and detection of illegal behavior.

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Flavia Fortes

Global Head of Mergers

Flavia writes about merger control, antitrust enforcement and litigation in the U.S. and Brazil. Before joining MLex, Flavia worked as an Antitrust Consultant in the Federal Trade Commission's Office of International Affairs and as a Research Fellow for the American Antitrust Institute. She has written on the intersection of antitrust law and intellectual property law in technology-driven and innovative markets.

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