Is it possible to prove that AI is ‘good’? Stuart Russell, UC Berkeley professor and author of "Human Compatible" sheds light on this question during his Breakthrough Days keynote at the 2020 AI for Good Summit.
The AI for Good Innovation Factory is the Summit's program for showcasing start-ups, scale-ups, and ideas dedicated to using AI for Good. This week marks our second round of live pitching and mentorship for start-ups, with the goal of identifying start-ups and solutions that can best accelerate our progress on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The aim of the second AI for Good Global Summit, which brings together the top minds in artificial intelligence (AI) and humanitarian action, is to identify practical solutions for how AI can accelerate progress towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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).