AI is blurring boundaries of all kinds, so we all need a communicative philosophy to help us set boundaries for content, credit, and credibility when using AI tools.

NEW YORK, Jan 24:  Pornographic deepfake images of Taylor Swift are circulating online, making the singer the most famous victim of a scourge that tech platforms and anti-abuse groups have struggled to fix.

SAN FRANCISCO, May 4: Meta on Wednesday warned that hackers are using the promise of generative artificial intelligence like ChatGPT to trick people into installing malicious code on devices.

Last year, Blake Lemoine, a Google employee, made headlines by claiming that LaMDA, a chatbot created by Google, had achieved sentience and was able to mimic reality. The news generated both excitement, but also  panic among the tech community because sci-fi movies have traditionally depicted dystopian futures in which sentient machines end up having conflict with humans. Sentient AI is no longer confined to the realm of science fiction; it is quickly becoming a reality.

If humans cannot be trusted to do what's best for them, why not pass the responsibility onto something that could - an AI? According to a recent survey conducted by IE University in Madrid, approximately 30 percent of the 25,000 people surveyed said they would be willing to be governed by AI. One of the main reasons for this line of thinking is that people have simply lost faith in their political leaders and believe that machines would be able to make better, fairer, and more rational decisions that would benefit everyone.

First and foremost, let us understand the meaning of “telehealth.” The word ‘tele’ means “distance” and ‘health’ means “to heal”. Another synonym of telemedicine by Time Magazine as “healing by wire”. Telemedicine also refers to the practice of medicine at a distance whereby information technology is used to ensure the delivery of medical care services. By using mobile phones, laptops, and computers, healthcare providers and doctors can communicate with their patients virtually and write prescriptions or follow-ups. But, at the same time, with the rise of innovative technologies and the use of AI in healthcare — healthcare businesses have taken a different shape, from traditional styles to telehealth.

The Japanese government plans to step up efforts to stem the country’s tumbling birth rate by helping to fund more sophisticated artificial intelligence matchmaking systems, media said on Monday.

The government must step up to assume the responsibility to pilot Nepal’s further transition to the robotic era. It needs to pen a national strategy pertaining to the growth of robotics and automation.

Though I have held many positions in the past decade, I have always considered myself an educator at the core. Before COVID-19, I pursued the mission of accessible education, predominantly around artificial intelligence (AI). I spent more than 15 years in the academic world as a researcher, then as a professor before founding

Artificial Intelligence

April 12, 2020 20:30 pm

AI is the branch of computer science that is designed to attempt a replication or simulation of human intelligence in machines

How AI can promote social good

September 23, 2019 09:03 am

BOSTON – Artificial intelligence is now increasingly present in corporate and government decision-making. And although AI tools are still largely in the hands of institutions that focus on profit before purpose, these new technologies could be equally powerful in promoting social good.

How an AI utopia would work

July 17, 2019 00:30 am

In an AI utopia, government intervention would be the norm, and private production the exception

The world of Artificial Intelligence and Coding belongs to men if World Economic Forum’s Global Gender report 2018 is to be believed.

KATHMANDU, Aug 25: Amnesty International (AI) Nepal, an international human rights watchdog, has urged the Nepal government to exercise maximum restraints while enforcing laws to calm the Kanchanpur unrest.

BEIJING, July 23: China is hoping huge, new, smart unmanned submarines will help give its naval fleet an edge in crucial waterways like the South China Sea and the western Pacific.

Could AI replace journalists?

May 27, 2018 11:30 am

Anyone with a phone can break news, and AI can help corporate newsrooms beat bloggers and hungry independents who can post items for free on YouTube and Facebook.

KATHMANDU, May 4: Amnesty International Nepal marked the World Press Freedom Day 2018 on Thursday voicing support to journalists and media-persons as human rights defenders.

The LG G7 ThinQ hasn’t been officially unveiled yet but a juicy new leak reveals it will come toting a dedicated artificial intelligence button, giving instant access to Google Assistant without the need to speak to him/her/it.

Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system to successfully predict earthquakes, an advance that may help prepare for natural disasters and potentially save lives.

Using AI for better customer experience

September 25, 2017 09:58 am

KATHMANDU, Sept 25: We have reached a time when manual labor is gradually being replaced with digital resources. Banking is one of the industries that undergoes numerous transactions and requires proper data storage. The younger generations of people have adapted technology in various sectors of their lives, banking being one of those sectors, while the older generations have shown some level of reluctance to adapt it completely.

KATHMANDU, JUNE 11: Amnesty International (AI) has accused Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of toying with the lives of thousands of Gulf residents as part of their dispute with Qatar, splitting up families and destroying peoples' livelihoods and education.

KATHAMANDU, June 6: Nepali migrant workers continue to pay exorbitant fees to manpower agencies and agents to get employed in the Gulf and Malaysia due to the Nepali government's abject failure to properly enforce the low cost recruitment scheme, popularly known as free-free-ticket-policy, according to a new report released by Amnesty International on Tuesday.

NRA responds to AI report

April 28, 2017 01:00 am

KATHMANDU, April 28: National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has said that its attention has been drawn to a report recently published by Amnesty International. Issuing a statement on Thursday, the NRA admitted its flaws mentioned in the report “Building Inequality: The Failure of the Nepali government to protect the marginalized in Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Efforts 2017” but reiterated its commitment in rebuilding the nation.

POKHARA, Sept 12: Amnesty International (AI) Nepal has passed a special proposal, calling on the government to abide by the court verdict over the murder of Krishna Prasad Adhikari of Fujel, Gorkha.