In our AI for Good projects we take on humanity’s greatest challenges by applying artificial intelligence. We believe AI is the best force multiplier and thus essential in solving the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations where resources are scarce. We have a problem first mindset, thus although we believe DS plays a central role in many projects, we work in teams with people from all scientific domains.
We apply AI for Good in projects like: AI for Wildlife, where we’re building an autonomous drone that hunts down poachers in the wildlife reserves of South Africa, AI for Health where we’re applying AI to assist doctors in diagnosis and prevent the suffering of millions of people and AI for Food, where we’re developing robots that make it so we can feed more people, while using less farm ground.
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