Key Takeaways from the 2019 Global Summit
AI in 2019: Where are We and What’s Next?
ITU News asked Chaesub Lee, Director of ITU’s Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB) about the top use cases of AI now — and in the coming years.
“We want action items that bring practical value to the support of the SDGs.”
— Chaesub Lee, Director, Telecommuniccation Standardization Bureau (TSB), ITU
A Driving License for Autonomous Vehicles? Towards a ‘Turing Test’ for AI on Our Roads
Motorsport has always provided a proving ground for new automotive technologies. Every year the Goodwood Festival of Speed celebrates that history featuring a wildly eclectic mix of one-of-a-kind vintage cars, the latest hypercars, drifting cars, SUVs ready for the Dakar Rally, and much more.
AI for Health: Big Potential, Big Challenges
AI’s potential to assist medical decision-making at reduced cost is particularly immense. But before achieving what some have called a “healthcare revolution,” current challenges surrounding data, quality control, AI algorithms and transparency need to be addressed.
The Future is Better Than You Think
Mr Kurzweil explained to the audience of AI innovators and humanitarian leaders why — according to his more than 50 years of research, data collection and analysis — he thinks the future will be greatly improved, despite what people may believe.
Watch the AI for Good Youtube Playlist
Catch up on highlights from leading innovators across multiple sectors in our extensive AI for Good Global Summit 2019 Video Playlist. Learn how AI can align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals to shape our future world and society today.