Sunday February 23, 2020

How the world’s poorest could reap the benefits of AI

Artificial intelligence has, to date, mainly been associated with developed economies. But it offers huge potential in emerging markets as well

2nd February, 2020
AI in farming: artificial intelligence is forecast to contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030

Artificial intelligence (AI) is permeating almost every aspect of life in advanced economies. From governments to businesses to individuals, AI’s reach is sweeping, and its implementation is proving transformational.

But the benefits are not just being felt in the developed world. AI is forecast to contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030, delivering socio-economic value to all sections of society over the coming years. A substantial share of this total will...

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