From The Economist: Is This the Future of Healthcare?
AI’s greatest impact on humankind may be in medicine, and how we monitor human health. Discusses specific examples about how AI could rescue the problems of healthcare. About 250,000 views.
From Wired: The Robot Will See You Now – AI and Your Healthcare
Artificial intelligence is now detecting cancer and robots are doing nursing tasks. But are there risks to handing over elements of our health to machines, no matter how sophisticated? Over 110,000 views.
From UNESCO: Human Centered Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence has enormous potential for social good, promoting the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), developing a knowledge society and accelerating human progress. Watch to learn how we will all do this together. More than 2,000 views.
From the International Telecommunications Union: Responsible Consumption and Production (With AI)
A short video about how connected home systems use the existing electrical grid to monitor electricity, operate shutters and more.
Best on the Internet: AI for Good Global Summit
The ITU’s AI for Good site connects AI innovators with problem owners to solve global challenges through action-oriented, real-world challenges faced by our plant’s diverse global audience.
From the International Telecommunications Union: All Year, Always Online – A Bold New Direction for AI for Good
More than idea. More than a week. More than a Summit. Now all year, always online and with an expanded programme, AI for Good will scale its ability to connect problem owners with AI problem solvers by providing expert insights, global visions and shared solutions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
From UNESCO: What is Artificial Intelligence?
AI enables machines to imitate human intelligence including perception, language interaction, problem solving or even creativity and is helping humankind meet our Sustainable Development Goals.