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13 June 2022

Almawave's Artificial Intelligence serving Tanzania's justice system

The Judiciary of Tanzania, the Judiciary of the United Republic of Tanzania, has entrusted Almawave, an Italian company listed on the Euronext Growth Milan market (Ticker: AIW) and part of the AlmavivA Group, a leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI), natural language analysis and Big Data solutions, with the automated transcription and translation service of its court sessions, in the country’s major cities.

The Italian company chosen to automate transcriptions and translations of court sessions in the African country, in Swahili and English. The framework agreement has a total duration of four years. The contract, for the first 12 months, is worth 1.1 million euros.

The African Institution’s overall program is called Citizen-Centric Judicial Modernization and Justice Service Delivery and is funded by the World Bank, through the International Development Association (IDA) aimed at investments in the justice system to improve the efficiency of the courts and modernize their administration with a view to e-Justice and is part of a larger plafond worth $155 million.

Valeria Sandei, Almawave CEO, says: “This initiative fills me with satisfaction and underlines the company’s ability to express a unique character, capable of contributing to modernization processes and competing internationally consistent with the defined strategy. Indeed, Almawave demonstrates that it holds a wealth of expertise capable of supporting a key structure for Tanzania’s evolution and highly recognized, such as the Judiciary of Tanzania committed to making the management of judicial processes increasingly efficient, fast, transparent and sustainable. Our vertical knowledge of the Government world, and the quality in Swahili and English of our voice AI technology, have been a clear differential. This project aims for a relevant, people-service-centered impact made possible by the use of AI technology. It is also an initiative that is very consistent with Digital Agenda 2030, which further qualifies our work.”

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