Aug. 18, 2023, 4:16 p.m. |

News on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

The artificial intelligence (AI) divide between industrialized and developing countries is not just about being able to access and use new technologies. It's also about governments and local enterprises around the world being able to create their own AI tools, to both benefit from their potential and better mitigate their risks.

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