From the USA to India, Spain to the Netherlands, Romania to Germany, Belgium to France, Australia to Panama, Nicaragua to Nigeria, Maria engrosses listeners as guests open up on all the good, the bad, the fears and the hopes they have felt in this massive pause caused by the COVID19 pandemic across the world.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already proved a vital tool in the fight against Covid-19. Be it by the early detection of the disease by a Canadian start-up or in speeding up diagnostics more pragmatically and efficiently or via being an essential aid to healthcare workers by delivering food and medicine and sanitising cities.
The outbreak of Covid-19 didn't give countries the time to channelize and measure the depth of the spread when it began. However, there are many ways we, as a technologically developed race, could devise a plan for to avoid such an unprecedented situation from happening again.
Algorithmic bias is human-made; hence it can also be solved by us. Since AI can help expose the hidden truth in faulty data sets, it helps the people developing these technologies to understand the errors better if not quicker. Observing ethically questionable whirlpools in data can help us rectify our process and shift our focus into a more balanced manner of developing algorithms.
Listen to this heartwarming lockdown story in Rome in the second episode of the musical storytelling podcast Love in The Times of A Pandemic by Akanksha Krishnani
Created with the idea to create a personal AI that would help you express and witness yourself by offering a helpful conversation, Replika today is a faithful companion, a real friend, and also a private therapist to over a million people world over.
Tourism is proven to be resilient and likely to find new innovative ways, as it has done so over and over again in turbulent times. An optimistic outlook on the situation would be that numbers will bounce back - but what's best for the whole world in these times?
Listen to "Episode 3- Surfing My Desires" of ´Love in The Times of A Pandemic´Podcast- a musical narration of love stories in lockdown by sound artist Akanksha Krishnani.