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Artificial Intelligence | Office of the Secretary-General's Envoy on Technology Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Office of the Secretary-General's Envoy on Technology Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Roadmap for Digital Cooperation Ongoing Work Global Connectivity Digital Public Goods Digital Inclusion Digital Capacity Building Digital Human Rights Artificial Intelligence Digital Trust & Security Global Digital Cooperation Digital Environmental Sustainability Global Digital Compact News About Contact Home Ongoing Work Artificial Intelligence Supporting global cooperation on artificial intelligence AI brings enormous benefits to the digital era, but it can also significantly compromise the safety and agency of users worldwide. (...) Discussion and consultations on this proposal are ongoing. 1-page brief Artificial Intelligence - Summary United Nations Activities on Artificial Intelligence 2021 United Nations Activities on Artificial Intelligence Report, developed under the lead of ITU Resource Guide on Artificial Intelligence Strategies Resource Guide on Artificial Intelligence Strategies, developed under the lead of DESA Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 780615.14 - https://www.un.org/techenvoy/content/artificial-intelligence
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Some of the exciting future innovations such as wearables and artificial intelligence are nascent, and have yet to prove their full potential. (...) Moving a time when mainframe and personal computers (PCs)were exclusively used by group of qualified professionals in 1970s),society where many more people can use multiple screens devices 2005);cars objects be connected communicate 2020-2025);cities are increasingly becoming smart;cognitive computing artificial intelligence will soon turned into full-fledged reality 2030-2050).This figure illustrates how we moved from one to many, any.Over the period running 1970 2050. (...) Moving a time when mainframe and personal computers (PCs)were exclusively used by group of qualified professionals in 1970s),society where many more people can use multiple screens devices 2005);cars objects be connected communicate 2020-2025);cities are increasingly becoming smart;cognitive computing artificial intelligence will soon turned into full-fledged reality 2030-2050).Source: ITU.
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Score: 779708.54 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/WebSearch/page0018.html
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A system architecture of FINE 5.1. Intelligence plane The intelligence plane, see Fig. 2, is in charge of providing intelligence for the entire FINE, and it acts as the brain of the FINE system. (...) The core layer is the provider of intelligent algorithms in the intelligent plane, such as integrated algorithms, an artificial neural network, depth learning, brain-inspired intelligence and swarm intelligence. (...) The platform layer provides intelligent planes for the realization of the intelligent logic of AI ability and behavior, such as intelligent perception, machine mind, intelligent action etc.
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Score: 779510.1 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...ICTF.VOL1-2018-1-P04-PDF-E.pdf
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A system architecture of FINE 5.1. Intelligence plane The intelligence plane, see Fig. 2, is in charge of providing intelligence for the entire FINE, and it acts as the brain of the FINE system. (...) The core layer is the provider of intelligent algorithms in the intelligent plane, such as integrated algorithms, an artificial neural network, depth learning, brain-inspired intelligence and swarm intelligence. (...) The platform layer provides intelligent planes for the realization of the intelligent logic of AI ability and behavior, such as intelligent perception, machine mind, intelligent action etc.
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Score: 779510.1 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...NAL-ICTS.V1I1-2017-4-PDF-E.pdf
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A system architecture of FINE 5.1. Intelligence plane The intelligence plane, see Fig. 2, is in charge of providing intelligence for the entire FINE, and it acts as the brain of the FINE system. (...) The core layer is the provider of intelligent algorithms in the intelligent plane, such as integrated algorithms, an artificial neural network, depth learning, brain-inspired intelligence and swarm intelligence. (...) The platform layer provides intelligent planes for the realization of the intelligent logic of AI ability and behavior, such as intelligent perception, machine mind, intelligent action etc.
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Score: 779510.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/journal/001/Documents/ITU2017-4.pdf
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173 13. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND COPYRIGHT: THE AUTHORS’ CONUNDRUM Sik Cheng Peng* ABSTRACT In the last few years, the world witnessed the generation of creative works by artificial intelligence (AI). (...) However, the AI programmer or the company developing the intelligent agents would, in any event, enjoy protection in the form of either patent or copyright protection for the intelligent agent itself. (...) BIBLIOGRAPHY Bridy A, ‘Coding Creativity: Copyright and the Artificially Intelligent Author’ (2012) Stan Tech L Rev 5 Bruderer H, ‘The Birth of Artificial Intelligence: First Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Paris in 1951?’
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Score: 779390.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...s_e/2018/chapter_13_2018_e.pdf
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The intelligent video surveillance system provides intelligent analysis capabilities and services for users based on the images, video slices or video streams from surveillance cameras. Meanwhile, the system also aggregates and stores the video and image information from the intelligent analysis, the surveillance devices, or manual annotation. (...) The intelligent video surveillance system provides intelligent analysis capabilities and services for users based on the images, video slices or video streams from surveillance cameras.
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Score: 779213.57 - https://www.itu.int/t/aap/recdetails/10213
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DEFINING AI AND ITS “INTELLIGENCE” tests of consciousness and intentionality or causal powers that are possessed by the human brain (Searle, 1980[8]). John McCarty, one of the founders of this field, described Similar debates on the “intelligence” of AI have also AI as the “the science and engineering of making emerged from other fields like psychology, economics, intelligent machines” where intelligence refers to “the biology, neuro-science, engineering and linguistics (Russell computational part of the ability to achieve goals in the and Norvig, 2010 [6]). world” (McCarty, 2007[4]). (...) This leads us to ask – on what basis did AI researchers In making the claim that similar behavior by a computer decide that certain elements of intelligence (versus others) programme cannot be equated with intelligence, Searle were worth replicating in machines?
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Score: 779058.54 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page142.html
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For this purpose, it is necessary to collect all the information from ITU and other SDOs including their understanding of artificial intelligence/machine learning and relation of their works with artificial intelligence. (...) Table 7-7 lists the JTC 1 deliverables and work items related to artificial intelligence. Table 7-7 – JTC 1/SC 42 deliverables and work items Sub group Reference (Note) Name/Title Status WG1 ISO/IEC 22989 Artificial intelligence - Concepts and terminology CD WG1 ISO/IEC 23053 Framework for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Systems Using Machine Learning (ML) CD WG2 ISO/IEC 24668 Information technology — Artificial intelligence —Process management framework for Big data analytics AWI WG3 ISO/IEC 23894 Information Technology - Artificial Intelligence - Risk Management WD WG3 ISO/IEC TR 24027 Information technology - Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Bias in AI systems and AI aided decision making WD WG3 ISO/IEC TR 24028 Information technology - Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Overview of trustworthiness in Artificial Intelligence DTR WG3 ISO/IEC TR 24029-1 Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Assessment of the robustness of neural networks - Part 1: Overview CD WG3 ISO/IEC TR 24368 Information technology — Artificial intelligence — Overview of ethical and societal concerns WD WG4 ISO/IEC TR 24030 Information technology - Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Use cases DTR WG5 ISO/IEC TR 24372 Information technology — Artificial intelligence (AI) — Overview of computational approaches for AI systems AWI JWG1 ISO/IEC 38507 Information technology - Governance of IT - Governance implications of the use of artificial intelligence by organizations WD · ISO/IEC 22989 : This document establishes terminology for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and describes concepts in the field of AI. (...) URI: https://standards.ieee.org/project/7009.html · IEEE P7010 : IEEE Project 7010 Well-being Metrics for Autonomous and intelligent Systems is a standard for measuring the impact of artificial intelligence or autonomous and intelligent systems (A/IS) on humans.
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Score: 778968.65 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-H-024.docx
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See http://www.iccsi.com.ar/ 5 The International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations’ (INCLO) international intelligence sharing project. See https://www.inclo.net/projects/international-intelligence-sharing-project/ https://www.mrecic.gov.ar/sobre-la-acreditacion-de-ongs-la-conferencia-ministerial-de-la-omc-en-buenos-aires http://www.iccsi.com.ar/ https://www.inclo.net/projects/international-intelligence-sharing-project/ on wiretappings and whether international intelligence-sharing agreements have been forged with other countries’ intelligence bodies. (...) CONCLUSION Argentina’s intelligence system continues to operate with little transparency and questionable legality. (...) Moreover, the Bicameral Intelligence Committee of Congress – created under the National Intelligence Law and which has the responsibility of supervising the Federal Intelligence Agency’s (AFI) procedures for obtaining and gathering intelligence – has not been very active and has never referred to the legality of intelligence bodies’ activities in any of its reports.
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Score: 778796.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../Opinion/Surveillance/CELS.pdf
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