Already collaborating with giants such as Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain, ReSpo.Vision are transforming sports analytics by employing cutting edge Computer Vision and Machine Learning algorithms.
The Global North and the Global South are divided by a civilization gap. Access to the Internet can be too expensive for people from less developed countries. But also in the wealthy countries, many still suffer from digital exclusion. The fourth day of the UN Digital Summit - IGF 2021 held in Katowice was devoted to providing equal development opportunities worldwide.
Access to the Internet, which facilitates communication, education, and the increase of professional skills, is gradually becoming one of the fundamental human rights. The development of networks in various parts of the world, freedom of speech, and the fight against disinformation were the subjects discussed during the third day of the UN Digital Summit, IGF 2021 in Katowice.
Determining clear principles protecting human rights online, fighting disinformation and hate speech, and ensuring access to the Internet for all people by 2030 - these are the most important goals faced by the United Nations now. On Tuesday, 7 December, the UN Digital Summit - IGF 2021 officially started in Katowice, Poland.
The world is changing as fast as ever before. Smart cities, AI, digital education, the internet of things, and cyber security are the key topics discussed during the first day of the IGF 2021, the UN Digital Summit organized in Katowice.
Michał Paczyński from the town of Iłża near Radom beat off competition from hundreds of entries across the world to take first place at the International Impact Creators Competition in San Francisco organised by Intel.
Installed in beehives on the roof of the City Hall, officials say the bee-friendly AI "is a response to the real needs of beekeepers and the desire to ensure the maximum safety of hives."
Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) estimates it could increase its domestic natural gas resources by over 7 billion cubic meters in 2021-2022 thanks to its Smart Field project, which relies on artificial intelligence.
Based on the so-called third wave of artificial intelligence, the innovative combination of both machine learning and reasoning distinguishes Samurai Lab’s technology from existing competition and allows it to independently distinguish genuine cyber-violence with far greater accuracy than others.
Team leader Piotr Wroniecki said: “If the system works as expected, it could successfully revolutionise archaeology – as the introduction of radiocarbon dating did in the first half of the 20th century.”