AI for the common good has been saved
AI for the common good
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AI has the power to not only improve day-to-day lives, but also to save lives. Oren Etzioni discusses AI’s potential to be one of the biggest lifesavers in the history of technology.
Leveraging advanced AI systems to make better decisions at a greater scale
Harnessing the power of AI will not only improve day-to-day lives, but it will also save lives according to Oren Etzioni: the CEO of AI2, a research institute with a mission of AI for the common good. From AI’s potential to curb fatal traffic accidents, to its ability to assist in the fight against COVID-19 and future pandemics, the development of AI applications will prevail to be one of the biggest lifesavers in the history of technology.
AI is about making decisions, better, faster and a greater scale.
Oren Etzioni is the Chief Executive Officer at AI2, a non-profit research institute with the mission of conducting high-impact AI research in service of the common good. Dr. Etzioni is Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington and is a pioneer in meta-search, online comparison shopping, machine reading, and Open Information Extraction.
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