Wednesday July 8, 2020

Applying a human touch to AI

Former child prodigy Kriti Sharma has set up a social enterprise that uses Artificial Intelligence for social good, she tells Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

2nd June, 2019
Kriti Sharma, creator of AI for Good

Building a computer before you hit your teens is impressive. Starting your first project to help others using robotics at 15 is another level. That’s what led Kriti Sharma to creating her current project AI for Good, a social enterprise that uses artificial intelligence for social good.

Originally from Rajasthan in India and now based in London, she got a few parts together and went to work on her first computer nearly two decades...

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