The artificial intelligence news headlines here were drawn from online news coverage of AI, machine learning and related technology in September 2020, focusing on Asia where possible.
Each artificial intelligence news headline featured is linked to the full article it was drawn from, providing a quick overview of September 2020’s AI news whilst also letting you quickly scan and find the AI news items you find most interesting.
This month’s collection provides a brief snapshot of September 2020’s artificial intelligence news, rather than a deep dive, into the month’s AI developments.
- AI in education? Fail: “These students figured out their tests were graded by AI – and the easy way to cheat”
- Download: Living In An AI World, 2020 Report from KPMG (pdf)
- Ethics in the use of artificial intelligence: “…these efforts will be futile if they fail to account for the cultural and regional contexts in which AI operates.”
- Children…are often at the forefront when it comes to using and being used by AI, and that can leave them in a position to get hurt.
- India: An intro to Nexart’s Eyewey app, using IoT and AI to help the visually impaired with better voice and vision recognition, and object detecting solutions
- India: RephraseAI software-as-a-service platform for customisable video creation raises $1.5M with AI-driven focus on ‘synthetic media’
- Japan: Smart AI City Sapporo – a 21-page intro to the city’s tech and innovation ecosystem (pdf)
- Singapore: A look at how SP Digital energy-tech firm uses AI to better manage Singapore’s electricity use
- Singapore: A brief intro to the 5 startups selected for the Singtel Future Makers accelerator program, working in AI, healthtech and more
- Download: Implications Of Artificial Intelligence On The Indian Economy (pdf)
- Australian Securities and Investments Commission sets 4-year tech focus on developing the financial system, with AI and data analysis to inform regulatory decisions
- Australia/New Zealand: Women In AI Awards applications and nominations open September 14th, aiming to recognise female entrepreneurs in artificial intelligence
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