Most of our problems have been taken care of, and with the advent of the Internet and mobile technology, almost anything we want or need is a few taps away.
So, for those looking to make a fortune, where to turn? The problem is, some of these problems are so immense and complex, that even the world’s best and brightest have yet to come up with solutions for them.
Famous scientists have been speaking up for several years about AI, and how we need to tread very carefully in implementing it — lest we end up with a Terminator or Matrix-esque future.
The point is, artificial intelligence will change everything; it’s just a matter of how humanity fits into the equation.
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“We all work together and try to connect with a nonprofit,” said Navika Shukla, a sophomore in chemistry and president of the Global Social Innovation Initiative.
“We have different teams all over and they work on their own innovation project.
We have fun with them.” More than 1,000 students from 80 countries displayed their projects at the Clinton Global Initiative University in March at the University of Miami.
“Our chapter is making a medical tech, an electricity-free fridge to store vaccines and medication in India,” said Jane Zhang, a sophomore in biology and vice president of the organization.