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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.