Google.org will release an assessment today that details how social impact startups, nonprofits, government policymakers, and academics can take steps to apply more machine learning that helps address big problems for humanity. The assessment is the result of analysis of more than 2,600 applications from 119 countries to the $25 million Google AI Impact Challenge, a global open call for projects that aim to use AI to serve humanity. Google used AI to arrive at its conclusions about how human-centered organizations can better use AI, specifically natural language processing and clustering analysis techniques to review applications and internal assessment of applications. The AI analysis was supplemented by interviews with impact challenge applicants and recipients. The work released today to identify challenges and opportunities appears to be the first such analysis from a tech giant on how civil society can improve its implementations of AI. 20 organizations from various parts of the world were named recipients of Global AI Impact Challenge in May following the debut of the initiative last fall. Recipients include: Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario in Colombia is using computer vision and satellite imagery to detect illegal mining operations known to contaminate local drinking water. New… Read full this story
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