Artificial intelligence for good
Nov 25, 2020
AI's ability to analyze high-resolution images from satellites, drones or medical scans can improve responses to humanitarian emergencies, increase agricultural productivity, and help doctors identify skin cancer or other illnesses. Improving the collection, processing and dissemination of health data and information can enhance patient diagnosis and treatment, especially for people living in rural and remote areas. AI can be used to assess the learning capability of students and help them develop confidence to master subjects. Pattern recognition can track marine life migration, concentrations of life undersea and fishing activities to enhance sustainable marine ecosystems and combat illegal fishing. While there are plenty of challenges and obstacles to overcome, the potential for AI to do good in the world is unlimited.