Aug 13, 2018
Every day, countless numbers of us use devices incorporating artificial intelligence, or A-I, such as Siri. Often times when thinking of artificial intelligence, such things as the Terminator, I Robot, Blade Runner, 2001: A Space Odyssey, or Robot and Frank come to mind. On today’s Perspective, a look at artificial intelligence from a vantage point few considered. One expert says we need to realize that more and more we are immersing ourselves in technologies that are changing how we live, learn, work and engage…and that A-I is at the heart of that change.
Guest: Tatyana El-Kour, a technical officer at the Office of the Regional Director in the World Health Organization Regional Office in Cairo, Egypt.
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