In a new policy brief, UNU experts analyse the potential of synthetic data to attain sustainable development, especially in the Global South.
Dr. Franz Gatzweiler delivered a speech calling for support and collaborations in utilising collective intelligence for an ecological civilization.
The event aims to delve into the impact and future of generative AI technology.
This research seminar provides an initial view of a conceptual framework on how Southeast Asia can develop cyber resilience.
On the Unsustainability of ChatGPT: Impact of Large Language Models on the Sustainable Development Goals
A blog on the talk by UNU Macau's Head of Research, Dr. Serge Stinckwich, the first session of the new UNU Generative AI series of webinars.
A human-centred systems approach involves building a meaningful relationship with citizens and enabling them to build skills to cope with complexity.
The idea of sustainable development in the era of the Anthropocene seems to be getting in conflict with itself.
UNU Macau investigated gaps and opportunities in gender and other societal biases of AI in Southeast Asia to inform future policy development.