AI Summit Aims to Help World’s Poorest

By Nature

June 6, 2017

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Euro-Africa composite globe

AI algorithms can compare night-time and day-time satellite images to measure levels of poverty.

Credit: Joshua Stevens/NASA Goddard SFC

In the world’s wealthiest neighbourhoods, artificial intelligence (AI) systems are starting to steer self-driving cars down the streets, and homeowners are giving orders to their smart voice-controlled speakers. But the AI revolution has yet to offer much help to the 3 billion people globally who live in poverty.

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