Stephen Ibaraki Speaks at AI For Good 2018 Global Summit

Stephen Ibaraki served as the opening keynote speaker to start off the AI for Good Global Summit Conference in Geneva, Switzerland on May 15. He was accompanied by Sir Roger Penrose, a renowned Emeritus Rouse Ball Mathematics professor from the University of Oxford. The AI for Good 2018 Global Summit is the second annual conference of its kind, and is the leading United Nations platform for dialogue on Artificial Intelligence. The Summit focuses on impactful AI solutions able to yield long-term benefits and help achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. General Partner Andy Chen was also invited as a panel speaker for the “Implementation of AI to Advance the SDGs: Safe and Secure AI” session. Both Stephen and Andy played significant roles as VIP speakers that contributed greatly to the summit.

AI for Good Global Summit Day 1 Opening Keynote – Roger Penrose, Stephen Ibaraki

Andy Chen speaking at the “Implementation of AI to Advance the SDGs: Safe and Secure AI” panel

Interactive large audience at the AI for Good Global Summit Main StageAI for Good Global Summit Home Page: https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/AI/2018/Pages/default.aspx

AI for Good Global Summit Webcast Archives: https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/AI/2018/Pages/webcast-a.aspx

AI for Good Global Summit – Opening Keynote: https://dig.watch/resources/ai-good-global-summit-%E2%80%93-opening-keynote

AI for Good Global Summit 2018 Photo Album (Flickr): https://www.flickr.com/photos/itupictures/albums/72157692466363822