Press Release: AI for Good Global Summit welcomes “new frontier” for sustainable development

Inclusive global dialogue aims to chart a course for AI to benefit all of humanity Geneva, 07 June 2017 – The world’s brightest minds in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and humanitarian action meet with industry leaders and academia at the AI for…

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One world, one global SIM: How ITU-allocated ‘global IMSI ranges’ support worldwide IoT and M2M connectivity

One world, one global SIM: How ITU-allocated ‘global IMSI ranges’ support worldwide IoT and M2M connectivity

Demand for global connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications is motivating an increasing number of IoT and M2M players to apply for ITU-allocated ‘global IMSI ranges’. Global International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) ranges are signified by…

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AI for Good Global Summit should spawn actionable ideas: Q&A with Elim Kay

Renowned artificial intelligence (AI) expert Stephen Ibaraki recently interviewed Elim Kay, the CEO of Kay Family Foundation, about why he is supporting the AI for Good Global Summit this June in Geneva, Switzerland. Below is an excerpted version of the interview. Q: Personally, professionally, and…

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Reminder to research community: 19 June deadline to submit a paper to Kaleidoscope 2017

Less than a month remains to submit a paper to Kaleidoscope 2017: Challenges for a data-driven society. Researchers are invited to submit papers investigating the technical, business and policy challenges underlying effective data management and analysis. Kaleidoscope 2017 will explore…

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ITU Blog: How advanced crop intelligence can help solve food production challenges

Farmers spend nearly half of their operational budgets on agrochemicals such as herbicides and pesticides. Unfortunately, they usually apply these to entire fields at a time, which generates high chemical costs and decreases the efficacy of the chemicals. Such widespread…

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Why WikiOmni and Word4App founder John Chen supports the AI for Good Global Summit: Q&A

Renowned artificial intelligence (AI) expert Stephen Ibaraki recently interviewed Jiang (John) Chen, the founder of WikiOmni and Word4App about why he is supporting the AI for Good Global Summit this June in Geneva, Switzerland. Below is an excerpted version of the interview. Q: Personally, professionally,…

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