AI & the Developing World with Ed Hsu – Intel on AI – Season 2, Episode 3

September 30th, 2020 |
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In this episode of Intel on AI guest Edward (Ed) Hsu, senior adviser of disruptive technologies at World Bank, joins host Abigail Hing Wen to talk about how AI will continue to impact the developing world.

Ed sits at the intersection of one of the world’s oldest problems—global poverty—and newest solutions—artificial intelligence. His role includes managing special initiatives and developing partnerships with multinational technology companies. Ed and Abigail discuss how AI is being applied to the developing world, the challenges being faced, and how companies can help ensure technological gains aren’t only being made in certain sectors of the global economy.

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