Artificial Intelligence

COVID-19: Why we need to have tough conversations on the future of AI

We need a deeper conversation on what we need from AI in order to respond to future crises. Image: REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Mark Esposito
Chief Learning Officer, Nexus FrontierTech, Professor at Hult International Business School
Terence Tse
Executive Director, Nexus FrontierTech
Josh Entsminger
Applied Researcher, Nexus Frontier Tech
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