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This effort should begin with a demand-side assessment of the Open Data ecosystem via consultations with AI innovators at startups, domestic corporates, and multinationals. As exhibited at the Government of India’s inaugural Artificial Intelligence (AI) conference, RAISE 2020, there is a growing recognition that AI poses to significantly accelerate progressContinue Reading

Employing Open Government Data To Achieve It – Analysis – Eurasia Review

By Sam Neufeld As exhibited at the Government of India’s inaugural Artificial Intelligence (AI) conference, RAISE 2020, there is a growing recognition that AI poses to significantly accelerate progress towards achieving improved developmental and socioeconomic outcomes. In fact, studies published by Nature and the McKinsey Global Institute demonstrate that AI could enable improvements in 100+ targetsContinue Reading