TravoBOT – “Move freely in the pandemic” (AWS Serverless Chatbot)

Of all the things that this pandemic has taught us, one of the primary concern that many people are still facing is the uncertainty in planning their travel – either in case of emergency or for leisure. And this resulted in TravoBOT – A chatbot that helps the user by collating information from different data sources and provide user with a travel recommendation to a particular destination.

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Explainability as a legal requirement for Artificial Intelligence systems

The White Paper on Artificial Intelligence (AI)[1] published by the European Commission (EC) in February 2020 indicated, inter alia, the need to decide, as part of the design of the future AI regulatory framework, on the types of legal obligations that should be imposed on entities involved in the design, production, placing in the market and use of autonomous systems.

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Micheline Calmy-Rey: How AI could become the new frontier in conflict resolution

In an exclusive interview with Geneva Solutions, Calmy-Rey, a board member of GESDA and professor at UNIGE, reveals more about the launch of the Geneva-Zurich Center for Science Diplomacy — and how artificial intelligence could soon be playing a bigger role in conflict resolution.

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