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AI for social good
Part of the AI Ignition video and podcast series, brought to you by the Deloitte AI Institute, intended to ignite applied AI conversations in the Age of With™
How can AI influence the greater good? Vilas Dhar discusses how AI can be applied to achieve real social transformation.
Building technology to promote broad-based participation and create better value in the world
How can AI influence the greater good? From climate disasters to global health crises to economic inequities, AI can be applied to achieve real social transformation. In this AI Ignition episode, Beena Ammanth talks with Vilas Dhar, President and Trustee of the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, who is inspiring business leaders to think beyond their organizations to consider the social impact of technology adoption.
With data and AI, I think we have a moment of not just efficient iteration, but real social transformation
Vilas Dhar is President and Trustee of the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, a 21st century multibillion dollar philanthropy advancing AI and data solutions to create a thriving, equitable, and sustainable future for all. Vilas is an entrepreneur, technologist, and human rights advocate with a lifelong commitment to creating more robust, human-centered social institutions.
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