Artificial Intelligence and Start-Ups in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Progress, Promise and Perils
Around the world, artificial intelligence (AI) is automating functions and making new services possible with breakthroughs in low-cost computing power, cloud computing services, growth in big data and advancements in machine learning and related processes. This webinar discussed the current use of AI in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), along with trends and challenges in business models, barriers to innovation and AI’s ethical and responsible use towards achieving the sustainable development goals.
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Artificial Intelligence and Start-Ups in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Progress, Promises and Perils
Friday 30 Oct 2020 | Central Insights | East Asia and Pacific | English | Mobile for Development | Report | Resource | South Asia | Sub-Saharan Africa |
This study examines the current use of AI in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) across Sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa and South and Southeast Asia. The report mapped a sample of 450 start-ups by sector in alignment with the UN Sustainable ...