Tag: artificial intelligence
New year's resolutions are an opportunity to reflect on what has worked and what hasn't for charities and stride into 2020 with fresh new ideas.
Food bank The Welcome Centre and charity data partner DataKind talk about how they are transforming small charity service delivery with AI, in this latest video.
The Longitude Explorer Prize has been launched by the innovation charity to encourage children to develop ideas around how artificial intelligence can help people.
No, the robots aren't going to take over, and yes, even small charities can benefit from machine learning - we break down a few of the misconceptions and myths about charities and AI.
Salesforce.org has released a useful guide to AI for good that charities have been waiting for, with tips on how anyone can get started now.
Macmillan is using tech developed by Automated Creative for a second year to ensure it maximises promotion for its annual World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is concerned about the threat the technology poses to people’s privacy.
Giselle Cory and Tracey Gyateng, DataKind UK, argue that charities should look beyond the big scary concepts of AI and data science and instead look at the simple things they can start putting in place now that will answer their most important questions.
Artificial intelligence could soon be doing the tasks that humans find repetitive and boring, opening up more opportunity to focus on innovating and growing their missions.
We showcase a few of the inspiring charity chatbots that are opening up new avenues of service delivery and fundraising through the use of conversational artificial intelligence.