Could Artificial Intelligence Help Humanity? Two California Universities Think So

Tambe, who worked on the report released Thursday, has led a workshop sponsored by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on using AI for “social good.” He has used AI to help rangers combat the poaching of wildlife in Asia and Africa and to help LAX security officials catch more weapons, drugs and other contraband. He and Rice are currently working on a project that exemplifies the kind of work the center could do: using artificial intelligence to identify key people in social networks to help prevent the spread of HIV among Los Angeles’ homeless youth.  

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