Artificial Intelligence

AI: This is why the developing world is far behind – and that’s a problem for all of us

Currently 44 countries have national strategic AI plans, including emerging economies like China and India. Image: Unsplash/ Possessed Photography

Joyjit Chatterjee

Data Scientist (KTP Associate), University of Hull

Nina Dethlefs

Lecturer of Computational Science, University of Hull

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