With a global focus on AI, it is perhaps unsurprising that increased attention is being paid to the impact of AI-powered automation on jobs and employment.
Military applications of AI could include autonomous weapons systems and command and control structures for use in every domain of warfare, including cyber- and outer-space, and possibly even in nuclear arsenals.
The potential value from artificial intelligence (AI) is enormous: some $16 trillion by 2030, according to a PwC study. But what are the costs of AI when not done properly — and what are some of the risks?
At their core, ‘AI for Social Good’ projects use artificial intelligence (AI) hardware and software technologies to positively impact the well-being of people, animals or the planet – and they span most, if not all, of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).