ICT
The Information and Communication Technologies («ICT»), work tools in the fields of computer science, audiovisual and telecommunications, have been developing quickly for the past three decades. This section focuses on the evolution and current events related to the ICT, as well as the important role they play on the globalization process.
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UNESCO  iconeWhen neuroscience meets AI: What does the future of learning look like? Non-press
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Amnesty International  iconeUN: Decisive action needed to ban killer robots - before it’s too lateNon-press
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Afef Abrougui / GlobalVoices  iconeKilling speech softly: How the world’s biggest tech companies are quietly censoring critical expression in the Middle East
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Timothy Caulfield / The Conversation  iconeMixing science and art to make the truth more interesting than liesNon-press
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Théo Verdier / Euractiv  iconeL’Europe à la télévision : une lacune de l’information française ?Non-press
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Banque de France  iconeRapport annuel de l’Observatoire de la sécurité des moyens de paiement 2017Non-press
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Kelly Born / Project Syndicate  iconeSolving the Disinformation PuzzleNon-press
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Oiwan Lam / Global Voices  iconeChinese mobile phone cameras are not-so-secretly recording users’ activitiesNon-press
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Nwachukwu Egbunike, Rosebell Kagumire / Global Voices  iconeUgandans say #NoToSocialMediaTax because it exploits women, youth and the poor
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Joseph S. Nye / Project Syndicate  iconeIs cyber the perfect weapon?Non-press
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Oiwan Lam / Global Voices  iconeFreedom segregated: China to set up open internet zone on tourist island
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Café Babel  iconeOnline presence management: The story of two journalists off the gridIn the Press
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Amnesty International  iconeEU: States push to relax rules on exporting surveillance technology to human rights abusersNon-press
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The New York Times  iconeIn Newark, police cameras, and the Internet, watch youIn the Press
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Claire Jenik/Statista  icone32 % des logiciels utilisés en France sont piratésNon-press
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Greenpeace  iconeWho is winning the race to build a green Internet?Non-press
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When neuroscience meets AI: What does the future of learning look like?

Author : UNESCO
The focus of both neuroscience and AI is to understand how the brain works and thus predict behaviour. And the better we understand the brain, the better designs we can create for AI algorithms. When it comes to learning, the neuroscience - AI partnership can be synergistic. A good understanding of a particular learning process by neuroscience can be used to inform the design of that process for AI. Similarly, if AI can find patterns from large data sets and get a learning model, neuroscience can conduct experiments to confirm it.

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