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Read more on the Forum on Artificial Intelligence Spotlight on Gender and Artificial Intelligence Watch the UNESCO Talk that brought together different experts to discuss the importance of gender equality considerations in AI principles, and the relevance for the Caribbean sub-region Caribbean AI Webinar Artificial Intelligence in the Caribbean context: What are we talking about? The Caribbean Forum "Artificial Intelligence in the Caribbean Context: What are we talking about?" (...) Go to Webinar Events 01 December 2020 Kingston, Jamaica UNESCO Talk: Spotlight on Gender Equality and Artificial Intelligence in the Caribbean News 20 May 2021 Pioneering Artificial Intelligence Policy in the Caribbean 27 April 2021 Reimagine the world with Artificial Intelligence: Virtual link up for Caribbean youth 08 December 2020 Caribbean conversation on mainstreaming gender equality in Artificial Intelligence Publications 31 August 2020 Artificial intelligence and gender... 24 May 2019 I'd blush if I could: closing... 05 February 2019 UNESCO Courrier - Artificial...
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Score: 781537.26 - https://en.unesco.org/caribbea...ficial-intelligence-initiative
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Special issue on Intelligent surfaces Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Special issue on Intelligent surfaces Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU Journal > Future and Evolving Technologies > Vol. (...) These novel applications are​​​​ normally realized by intelligent surfaces, which have become known under different nomenclature, including intelligent walls, large intelligent surfaces, intelligent reflecting surfaces, reconfigurable intelligent surfaces, and hypersurfaces, with some having the same meaning and others having subtle differences. (...) However, to realize diverse intelligent surfaces supported by applications in widely deployed systems, a comprehensive treatment of intelligent surfaces covering all system aspects, such as an end-to-end system model, a model of the environment, the constituent hardware and software, the control approaches and protocols, the deployment economics, as well as the theoretical foundations end-to-end still remain largely unanswered.
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Score: 780910 - https://www.itu.int/en/journal...et/2022/008/Pages/default.aspx
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This will require cooperation among a range of stakeholders, including governments, corporations, [10] Grosz, 2016: Barbara Grosz et al, Artificial universities and researchers working in the fields of intelligence and life in 2030, One hundred year study on computer science, social science and data science. artificial intelligence, September 2016. (...) , IMB Blog, 2 Mar, 2017, available at https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/5968105/ https://www.ibm.com/blogs/insights-on- business/ibmix/good-men-growing-population-ai-voices- [4] McCarty, 2007: John McCarthy, What is artificial predominantly-female/ intelligence?, 11 December, 2007, available at http://jmc.stanford.edu/artificial-intelligence/what-is- [17] Bowick, 2009: Micol Marchetti-Bowick, Is Your ai/index.html Roomba Male or Female? (...) Nilsson, The quest for artificial Number 1, 2009. intelligence - A history of ideas and achievements, Cambridge University Press, 2010. [18] Vassallo et al, 2015: Trae Vassallo et al, Elephant in the Valley Survey 2015, available at [6] Russell and Norvig (2010): Stuart Russell and Peter https://www.elephantinthevalley.com/ Norvig, Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, 3rd Ed, Prentice Hall Series in Artificial Intelligence, 2010. [19] Morse, 2017: Jack Morse, Google Translate might have a gender problem, Mashable, 1 Dec 2017, available at [7] Copeland, 2018: BJ Copeland, Artificial Intelligence, https://mashable.com/2017/11/30/google-translate-sexism/ Britannica Encyclopedia, available at https://www.britannica.com/technology/artificial- [20] Bolukbasi, 2016: Tolga Bolukbasi, Kai-Wei Chang, intelligence James Zou, Venkatesh Saligrama and Adam Kalai, Man is to Computer Programmer as Woman is to Homemaker?
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Score: 780749.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page146.html
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The “Teaching artificial intelligence at school” project currently focuses on the latter two connections. (...) Beijing Consensus on artificial intelligence and Education Representatives from the Member States, international organizations, academic institutions, civil society and the private sector have adopted the Beijing Consensus on Artificial Intelligence and Education , at the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Education held in Beijing from 16 to 18 May 2019. (...) Download the Beijing Consensus on Artificial Intelligence and Education: English - French  - Arabic - Chinese - Russian  - Spanish First ever consensus on Artificial Intelligence and Education published by UNESCO , 25/06/2019 International Forum on Artificial Intelligence and the Futures of Education : This two-day virtual forum organized by the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO and UNESCO will convene education and technology experts from around the world to discuss Artificial Intelligence (AI) skills for the futures of education and AI as a common good for education.
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Score: 780278.5 - https://en.unesco.org/artificial-intelligence/education
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Extensions to the signalling system nO. 7 b-isdn user part (b-isup): modification procedures for sustainable cell rate parameters Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2726.4 broadband integrated services digital network (b-isdn). extensions to the signalling system no. 7 b-isdn user part (b-isup): user generated identifiers Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2941.1 broadband integrated services digital network (b-isdn) digital subscriber signalling system no. 2 (dss 2): user generated identifiers Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2961.3 broadband integrated services digital network (b-isdn) digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (dss 2) signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the available bit rate (abr) atm transfer capability Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2961.4 Broadband integrated services digital network (b-ISDN) digital subscriber signalling system no. 2 (DSS 2) signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the atm block transfer (ABT) ATM transfer capability Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2963.2 broadband integrated services digital network (b-isdn) digital subscriber signalling system no. 2 (dss 2) modification procedures for sustainable cell rate parameters Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2939.1 broadband integrated services digital network (b-isdn) digital subscriber signalling system no. 2 (dss 2) application of dss 2 service-related information elements by equipment supporting b-isdn services Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.699 Interworking between ISDN Access and non-isdn access over isdn user part of signalling system No. 7 Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.118 abnormal conditions - special release arrangements Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.730 Signalling System No. 7: ISDN user part supplementary services Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.761 SIGNALLING SYSTEM No. 7 ISDN USER PART FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.762 signalling system No. 7 isdn user part general functions of messages and signals Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.763 SIGNALLING SYSTEM No. 7 ISDN USER PART FORMATS AND CODES Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.764 Signalling System No. 7 ISDN User Part Signalling Procedures Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1600 SIgnalling system No. 7 Interaction between ISUP and INAP Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.1200 General serIES intelligent network recommendation structure Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.1202 intelligent network - service plane architecture Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.1203 intelligent network - global functional plane architecture Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.1208 GENERAL ASPECTS OF THE INTELLIGENT NETWORK APPLICATION PROTOCOL Draft addendum 1 to ITU-T Recommendation Q.1218 interface recommendation for intelligent network CS-1: definition for two new contexts in the sdf data model ITU-T Recommendation Q.1219 - Draft Supplement intelligent network users guide: supplement for in cs-1 Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1220 Q.1220-SERIES INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 (CS-2) RECOMMENDATION STRUCTURE Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1221 Introduction to Intelligent Network Capability Set-2 Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1222 Service plane for intelligent network capability set 2 Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1223 global functional plane for intelligent network cs-2 Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1224 (Part 1 of 4) DISTRIBUTED FUNCTIONAL PLANE FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CS-2 - CLAUSES 1 - 9 (PART 1 OF 4) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1224 (Part 2 of 4) DISTRIBUTED FUNCTIONAL PLANE FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CS-2 - CLAUSES 10 AND 11 (PART 2 OF 4) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1224 (Part 3 of 4) DISTRIBUTED FUNCTIONAL PLANE FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CS-2 - CLAUSE 12 (PART 3 OF 4) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1224 (Part 4 of 4) DISTRIBUTED FUNCTIONAL PLANE FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CS-2 - ANNEXES A - C AND APPENDICES I AND II (PART 4 OF 4) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1225 physical plane for intelligent network cs-2 Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1228 (Part 1 of 7) INTERFACE RECOMMENDATION FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 - CLAUSES 1 - 10 (PART 1 OF 7) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1228 (Part 2 of 7) INTERFACE RECOMMENDATION FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 - CLAUSES 11 - 16 (PART 2 OF 7) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1228 (Part 3 of 7) INTERFACE RECOMMENDATION FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 - CLAUSE 17 (PART 3 OF 7) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1228 (Part 4 of 7) INTERFACE RECOMMENDATION FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 - CLAUSES 18 AND 19 (PART 4 OF 7) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1228 (Part 5 of 7) INTERFACE RECOMMENDATION FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 - ANNEXES A.1 - A.3 (PART 5 OF 7) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1228 (Part 6 of 7) INTERFACE RECOMMENDATION FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 - ANNEX A.4 (PART 6 OF 7) Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.1228 (Part 7 of 7) INTERFACE RECOMMENDATION FOR INTELLIGENT NETWORK CAPABILITY SET 2 - ANNEXES A.5 - A.8 AND APPENDICES I - III (PART 7 OF 7) Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.787 TRANSACTION CAPABILITIES (TC) TEST SPECIFICATION Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.751.3 NETWORK ELEMENT INFORMATION MODEL FOR MTP ACCOUNTING Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.755.2 Transaction capabilities test responder Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2751.1 Extension of Q.751.1 for SAAL Signalling Links Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation Q.921 ISDN USERNETWORK INTERFACE — DATA LINK LAYER SPECIFICATION ___________________ Note 1 At the September 1997 Study Group 11 meeting, two Administrations (France and Germany) requested the application of Section 8.5.5 of Resolution 1 to consider their position for ITU-T Recommendation Q.921.
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Score: 779784.86 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/circ/circ2/071_ww7.doc
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On the right to work and employment and the issue of non-discrimination in relation to artificial intelligence, the Danish Government would like to draw the attention of the Committee to the Danish National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence which was launched in 2019. The strategy focuses on how Denmark can be a front-runner in responsible development and use of artificial intelligence. One of the goals of the Danish Government is that ethical principles should be incorporated in the development and use of artificial intelligence to secure respect for individuals and their rights and for democracy. (...) Demographic and professional diversity should be guiding parameters in working with artificial intelligence. ” The target audience for the ethical principles are authorities, businesses, research institutions etc. which are working on artificial intelligence.
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Score: 779751.07 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...DGD/2021/DanishGovernment.docm
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Responsible Artificial Intelligence: Designing AI for Human Values .............................. 1 Virginia Dignum 2. (...) Inclusion of Artificial Intelligence in Communication Networks and Services ................ 33 Xu Guibao, Mu Yubo, Liu Jialiang 5. (...) Artificial Intelligence for Place-Time Convolved Wireless Communication Networks ... 85 Ambuj Kumar 11.
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Score: 779751.07 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page13.html
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Intelligence services must operate with some degree of secrecy. (...) Significantly, in 2015, the DNI signed the Principles of Intelligence Transparency for the IC, appointed a Chief Transparency Officer for the IC, and authorized the creation of the Intelligence Transparency Council. (...) For example, PPD-28 establishes rules pertaining to signal intelligence and requires that intelligence agencies develop policies to extend certain protections to all people, regardless of nationality, and that signals intelligence activities shall be as tailored as feasible.
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Score: 779658.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...portPrivacyinDigitalAge/US.pdf
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isn=14037 · ITU-T E.AIQ : Artificial Intelligence (AI) is advanced computing that enables a machine to interact with its environment in an intelligent way. (...) In addition, applying the intelligent data processing functions by providing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies will provide enhanced networking capabilities for new emerging services and applications. (...) Thus, the main functionality of intelligent edge computing is collecting, processing, analysing the data and providing the values based on intelligent data processing.
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Score: 777962.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-L-027-A01.docx
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“The challenge now is to sustain and scale-up this unprecedented innovation surge -- part of the solution lies in better harnessing the ‘collective intelligence’ distributed across local communities and organisations. (...) “Technology, like art, is a soaring exercise of the human imagination. The Collective Intelligence report is a means to utilize the promise of collective intelligence to help hasten development and urgently overturn the retrogressing trends on numerous SDGs. (...) 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: 777571.2 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...26274cf5c56dc3c2f91270113f.pdf
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