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Mission-Driven Artificial Intelligence

“Mission-driven artificial intelligence" is the responsible application of artificial intelligence (AI) to solve societal and ecological challenges. Sometimes dubbed “AI for good,” mission-driven AI is the use of machine-learning techniques to streamline operations and enhance programs at nonprofits, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and social enterprises.

To be clear, AI is a broad term that captures the constantly evolving advances in machines’ capabilities to perform tasks that would ordinarily require human intelligence. Machine learning is a specific approach to AI that applies statistical techniques to data in order to train computers to perform tasks without explicit human programming of rules. “Deep learning” is, in turn, a type of machine learning that relies on techniques that learn multiple layers of representations, in a way that mimics how the brain processes data. In this article, we refer to AI to intentionally focus on the broader picture. Machine learning does account for the vast majority of AI research and development today, however, and we use this term when referring to specific projects that make use of this technique.

We'd like to learn from CEOs what are their primary thoughts when they think of Business as a Force for Good. Does this include giving? Is it giving time, money, expertise? How do they prioritize their giving? How do they decide what initiatives to give to? Where does educating the future workforce with the skills they need feature in Businesses being a Force for Good, giving back to communities and helping to solve pressing social and ecological problems?
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A very beautiful quote from Henry Ford, which is still valid:

"A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business."

Entrepreneurs have the power to bring a good change. Though Money is important; it is also necessary to uplift the society.

#businessquote #goodvitae

Hi, I am here to comment on a great ecological project. This is the Tesla project, which seeks the development of machines that take advantage of the free energy as photovoltaic solar panels. The entire project is non-profit and funded by Fernándo Martínez Gómez-Tejedor and his company F. Society Mr. Robot SL, therefore, we only need people who can lend their help and experiences. If you would like to be part of the project, do not hesitate to write to the email

Would like to share a beautiful Greek Proverb for all the business owners:

"A society grows when old men plant trees under which they know they will never sit."

Hope you all follow this.

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He is bringing a good change by doing vertical farming business as it is necessary to curb the deforestation rate for agriculture purpose. He has shared some amazing life tips for young entrepreneurs that he has learned while founding his own startup.

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She served the army for 10 years, and now this war veteran is shaping the startups through her organization.
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"I do feel that it is through this technology and the Smart Ecologies approach that the next generation of entrepreneurs can create solutions which do benefit whole communities and local ecologies, allowing anyone of any background to benefit."

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I am sure that everyone here will have seen that many companies have been updating their terms and conditions in order to comply with the European data privacy law. Here is an really interesting project which shows the size of the problem with abusing people's inability to review huge Ts and Cs.
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