Tech for Good
Microsoft and Tech Trust are extending the deadline for charities to apply to its 'AI for Good' programme, with the chance to win funding and a strategic workshop.
Deutsche Bank teams from around the world will take part in the forthcoming charity ‘hackathon’ to design an app for use by leukaemia patients.
Based on cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) principles, the software provides support and encouragement, and enables users to share progress.
The doors of AI innovation are opening for the charity sector, with companies such as Microsoft reaching out to partner with charities on their ideas. We showcase three standout examples of charity AI partnerships already emerging.
Good causes to receive £40,000+ to develop a range of projects that will enable charitable organisations to use digital technologies to improve people’s lives.
Social network makes platform available for free for existing and new charitable users, creates new support programme specifically for third-sector users and organisations.
Winning, speed-built app assists those with hearing, speech, language and communication needs through the use of Artificial Intelligence and Google Vision technology.
More than 30 contenders are shortlisted across the eight categories of this year’s AbilityNet accolades – public still has time to cast its vote for the People’s Award.
Ricoh adapts workplace technology to help people affected by dementia recall their valuable memories and keep connections alive.
Wide-ranging report from Charities Aid Foundation analyses likely impacts AI will have for civil society and the work of charities, outlines emerging challenges and opportunities to adopt ‘AI for good’.