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World must pass ‘AI stress test’, UK Deputy PM says, announcing summit

The United Kingdom will be holding a summit on artificial intelligence (AI) so that nations can come together to “understand it, govern it, harness its potential and contain its risks”, Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden told the UN General Assembly on Friday.

Bhutan: Experts discuss pros, cons of AI during panel discussion

Bhutan recently hosted a panel discussion where experts from the field participated to discuss the pros and cons of implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Guterres calls for AI ‘that bridges divides’, rather than pushing us apart

New York: The UN Secretary-General addressed the Security Council on Tuesday, emphasizing the potential of artificial intelligence to accelerate human development while also cautioning against the malicious use of what is revolutionary new technology.

OpenAI's Sam Altman testifies before US Congress, urges lawmakers to regulate AI

Creator of advanced chatbot ChatGPT testified before a US Senate committee on Tuesday when he called on US lawmakers to regulate artificial intelligence (AI).

China can use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to destroy Taiwan's control centres in future conflict: Report

Under the shadow of a constant cross-strait threat to Taiwan, China can make use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to achieve precision in artillery attacks in future conflict with the former, according to a report in The EurAsian Times.

Report says AI may impact 300 million jobs

Washington: A report released by investment bank Goldman Sachs has revealed that Artificial Intelligence (AI) may replace  300 million full-time jobs.

Artificial intelligence can help halve road deaths by 2030

New York: Countries and investors need to step up the development and use of artificial intelligence (AI) to keep roads safe for everyone, three UN Special Envoys said on Thursday, leading a new AI for Road Safety initiative.

Artificial intelligence summit focuses on fighting hunger, climate crisis and transition to ‘smart sustainable cities’

New York, May 29 (IBNS): Artificial intelligence, or AI, is at the forefront of fighting hunger, mitigating the climate crisis and facilitating “the transition to smart sustainable cities", said the chief of the UN agency which specializes in information and communication technologies, Houlin Zhao, kicking off the third AI for Good Global Summit in Geneva.

With AI, jobs are changing but no mass unemployment expected – UN labour experts

New York, Sept 5 (IBNS): The rise of frontier technologies like Artificial Intelligence has caused fears of robots taking over blue-collar jobs, but a United Nations expert says humans still have the upper hand given their creativity and ability to form relationships.