As we get ready to enter the weekend, let us take a moment to go over all the major artificial intelligence-related developments today, October 27. In the first incident, notable experts in the field of technology in India have been named to a new global advisory body. The UN body was announced by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. In other news, imaging data software provider Quibim has come together with Philips to launch AI-powered imaging and reporting solutions for MR prostate examinations. This and more in today's AI roundup. Let us take a closer look.
A global advisory body on AI has been established by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, featuring prominent Indian tech experts, as per a report by PTI. The High-Level Multistakeholder Advisory Body on AI aims to unite government, private sector, research, civil society, and academic experts to develop a worldwide scientific consensus on AI-related risks and challenges. The group will also work on leveraging AI for Sustainable Development Goals and enhancing international collaboration in AI governance.
Notable members include Amandeep Singh Gill, the Secretary-General's Envoy on Technology, Sharad Sharma, Sharad Sharma, co-founder of the iSPIRT Foundation, and Nazneen Rajani, a Lead Researcher at Hugging Face in India.
Spain's Quibim and Philips have partnered to offer AI-based imaging and reporting solutions for MR prostate examinations, reports Medical Device Network. By combining their technologies, the collaboration aims to enhance early detection of conditions like cancer and improve first-time diagnosis accuracy. This will be achieved through the use of Philips' high-speed MR imaging and Quibim's QP-Prostate software, streamlining the diagnostic process.
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