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Each researcher thinks there is a magic path to getting intelligent machines and then they waste their time meaningless. (...) The case of Tactile Internet, 6G and Network 2030 ahead The Problems of Artificial Intelligence The Scientific Problem of Artificial Intelligence • Issues such as what is AI and its scope? (...) Objectives and research hypotheses Research Objectives General objective: • Propose the pillars for the definition of a scientific status of Artificial Intelligence in Computing; Specific Objectives • Construct a Life Cycle Model for Artificial Intelligence; • Building a body of knowledge for Artificial Intelligence; • Design a Curriculum Guide Model for the Artificial Intelligence discipline.
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Score: 798752.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W..._Artificial%20Intelligence.pdf
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The Applicant submits that finding that he “did not demonstrate the emotional intelligence required for the [P]ost” was improper as a person’s emotional intelligence cannot be assessed in a 30 minutes telephone interview. (...) When he was working in Sudan, emotional intelligence was very important when working with government Case No. (...) This could not have occurred had the Respondent had any doubts with regard to the Applicant’s emotional intelligence, which the Applicant possesses without doubt. 23.
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Score: 798226.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-180.pdf
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 Page 116 - Trust in ICT 2017           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 116 - Trust in ICT 2017 P. 116 2 Trust in ICT • Intrapersonal intelligence: SELF SMART This intelligence has to do with introspective and self-reflective capacities. (...) Self-employed, researchers, theorists, and philosophers are excellent in this kind of intelligence. The key features of this intelligence are summarized as follows: – Skilled in inner focusing; – Displays a strong personality; – Deep awareness of inner feelings, dreams and ideas; – Reflective and analytical attitudes; – Tends to shy away from team activities; – Recognizes self-strength and weaknesses; – Requires private space and time. • Linguistic/verbal intelligence: WORD SMART This intelligence has to do with high verbal-linguistic intelligence which displays at a facility with words and languages. (...) Teachers, journalists, writers, lawyers, and translators are excellent in this kind of intelligence. The key features of this intelligence are summarized as follows: – Thinks in words; – Highly developed auditory skills; – Plays with sounds in language; – Great storytellers, tells tales and jokes; – Loves seeing, saying and hearing words; – Heads are frequently stuck in a book; – Likes to write. • Spatial/visual intelligence: PICTURE SMART This intelligence deals with spatial judgment and the ability to visualize with the mind's eye.
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Score: 797824.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page116.html
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PUBLICATIONS OF THE ITU-T SECTOR ITU-T SOFTWARE Series Subject area P.862 (02/01) Perceptual evaluation of speech quality (PESQ): An objective method for end-to-end speech quality assessment of narrow-band telephone networks and speech codecs P.Sup23 (02/98) ITU-T coded-speech database Q.1228 (09/97) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network Capability Set 2 Q.1238.1 (06/00) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : Common aspects Q.1238.2 (06/00) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-SSF interface Q.1238.3 (06/00) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-SRF interface Q.1238.4 (06/00) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-SDF interface Q.1238.5 (06/00) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SDF-SDF interface Q.1238.6 (06/00) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3: SCF-SCF interface Q.1238.7 (06/00) Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-CUSF interface 58 Q.1248.1 (07/01) Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: Common aspects Q.1248.2 (07/01) Interface recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SSF Interface Q.1248.3 (07/01) Interface recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4 : Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SRF interface Q.1248.4 (07/01) Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SDF interface Q.1248.5 (07/01) Interface recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4 : Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SDF-SDF interface Q.1248.6 (07/01) Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SCF interface Q.1248.7 (07/01) Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network capability set 4: SCF-CUSF Interface Q.1600bis (12/99) Signalling system No. 7 - Interaction between ISDN user part ISUP'97 and INAP CS-1: Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP) Q.1950 (12/02) Bearer independent call bearer control protocol Q.2991.1 (12/99) Abstract test suite for the network integration testing for B-ISDN and B-ISDN/N-ISDN : TSS & TP Q.2991.2 (12/99) Abstract test suite for the network integration testing for B-ISDN and B-ISDN/N-ISDN : ICS & IXIT and ATS Q.765.1bis (12/99) Abstract test suite for the APM support of VPN applications Q.784.2 (06/97) Abstract test suite for ISUP'92 basic call control procedures Q.784.3 (12/99) ISUP '97 basic call control procedures - Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP) Q.785.2 (03/99) ISUP'97 supplementary services - Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP) Q.921bis (03/93) Abstract test suite for LAPD conformance testing Q.933bis (10/95) Abstract test suite - Signalling specification for frame mode basic call control conformance testing for permanent virtual connections (PVCs) Q.953.5 (12/99) Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1 : Call Completion on No Reply (CCNR)
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Score: 797465.33 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...ue/web/WebSearch/page0067.html
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UNDP and Nesta launch new publication series on collective intelligence for sustainable development | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Accelerator Labs What we do Where we are Our Learnings News Global Nav toggle Search What we do Where we are Our Learnings News English Locations Home Accelerator Labs UNDP and Nesta launch new publication series on collective intelligence for sustainable development UNDP and Nesta launch new publication series on collective intelligence for sustainable development Posted May 13, 2021   London / New York, 13 May 2021 - The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Nesta’s Center for Collective Intelligence Design today launched the first two reports of its new publication series Collective Intelligence for Sustainable Development: Getting Smarter Together, a comprehensive research over 277 case studies that presents how diverse collective intelligence approaches are being used to speed-up progress on all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). (...) And ultimately, collective intelligence will serve as a vital tool to help shape a greener, more inclusive, and more sustainable planet” “These new reports provide global lessons from the front line about the power of collective intelligence methods to help us fast track breakthroughs on the path to 2030,” said Kathy Peach, Director of Centre for Collective Intelligence Design, Nesta. The Sustainable Development Goals demand financial resources, and they equally require the mobilization of intelligence. This publication series is a call to make it standard practice to channel the innovations, knowledge and contributions of people across the globe, to get serious about the move toward real time data, and to find responsible ways of using artificial intelligence to elevate human intelligence.
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Score: 795824.37 - https://www.undp.org/accelerat...igence-sustainable-development
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Thus, the argument of intelligence can reasonably be associated with the ability of intelligent buildings to function in an enhanced manner yielding many benefits for the occupants, the operators, the owners and reducing the overall environment impact. (...) Some view the ultimate benefits of intelligence to be the provision of a more efficient and effective working environment for the occupants while others define such intelligence as providing greater economics for the building operators. (...) Objectives of intelligent buildings have been described in general terms but nevertheless there are often strenuous professional arguments as to what should be the primary objectives of an intelligent building.
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Score: 794945.17 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page467.html
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Local LE server Seizes Cloud-based intelligence-sharing server(s) UK Canada USA Australia Germany Issues to consider when introducing and  maintaining an intelligence‐sharing initiative • Is a global intelligence‐sharing initiative feasible? • Who can/should and would want to participate in the intelligence‐sharing initiative?   • What would the cost of implementing a global intelligence‐sharing system be?   (...) • Who owns the data held in the intelligence‐sharing database? • How will the data be secured/who will control access?
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Score: 793662.06 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...4/September-COP/Allan_Watt.pdf
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Standards Committee  VT/ITS  - Intelligent Transportation Systems Status Superseded Superseded by... (...) Standards Committee  VT/ITS  - Intelligent Transportation Systems Status Active Board Approval... (...) Standards Committee  VT/ITS  - Intelligent Transportation Systems PAR Approval 2020-06...
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Score: 793553.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e..._VT_ITS_Standards_Listing.docx
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Inaugural Speech on 'Collective Intelligence for Sustainable Development' | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Accelerator Labs What we do Where we are Our Learnings News Global Nav toggle Search What we do Where we are Our Learnings News English Locations Home Accelerator Labs Inaugural Speech on 'Collective Intelligence for Sustainable Development' Inaugural Speech on 'Collective Intelligence for Sustainable Development' Posted June 2, 2021   Your Excellency, Mr. (...) Jürgen Zattler,   Ladies and Gentlemen, Today, the United Nations Development Programme and Nesta's Centre for Collective Intelligence Design are releasing two new reports on collective intelligence. (...) Part of the solution lies in  better harnessing the intelligence distributed across local communities and organisations -- what can be termed “collective intelligence”.
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Score: 792854.2 - https://www.undp.org/accelerat...igence-sustainable-development
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Staff usually includes Executive Order on Maintaining American 2019.02 general practitioners, specialists and nurses, etc.; Leadership in Artificial Intelligence equipment includes device used in imaging, testing, The National Artificial Intelligence Research surgery and monitoring, etc. [12]. and Development Strategic Plan:2019 2019.06 Update Artificial Intelligence for Europe 2018.04 EU Declaration of Cooperation on Artificial 2018.04 Intelligence European Coordinated Plan on Artificial 2019.2 Intelligence Artificial intelligence: opportunities and implications for the future of decision 2016..11 making Growing the Artificial Intelligence Industry in UK 2017.10 Figure 1 – Health industrial framework in single institution UK AI in the UK_ ready, willing and able? 2018.04 2.2 Digital health framework Industrial Strategy: Artificial Intelligence 2018.04 Sector Deal Regarding digital health, some factors are extracted from the ICT side to discuss their corresponding effect on the above China A new generation of artificial intelligence 2017.07 health industrial framework. Figure 2 shows the framework development planning of digital health and the ICT factors are listed on the right Next generation artificial intelligence 2016.7 side. promotion strategy Japan ➢ Sensors: enable real-time collection of information at Artificial intelligence technology strategy 2018.6 anytime and anywhere.
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Score: 792086.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page156.html
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