In Nature communications ; h5-index 260.0
Advances in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) present an opportunity to build better tools and solutions to help address some of the world's most pressing challenges, and deliver positive social impact in accordance with the priorities outlined in the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The AI for Social Good (AI4SG) movement aims to establish interdisciplinary partnerships centred around AI applications towards SDGs. We provide a set of guidelines for establishing successful long-term collaborations between AI researchers and application-domain experts, relate them to existing AI4SG projects and identify key opportunities for future AI applications targeted towards social good.
Tomašev Nenad, Cornebise Julien, Hutter Frank, Mohamed Shakir, Picciariello Angela, Connelly Bec, Belgrave Danielle C M, Ezer Daphne, Haert Fanny Cachat van der, Mugisha Frank, Abila Gerald, Arai Hiromi, Almiraat Hisham, Proskurnia Julia, Snyder Kyle, Otake-Matsuura Mihoko, Othman Mustafa, Glasmachers Tobias, Wever Wilfried de, Teh Yee Whye, Khan Mohammad Emtiyaz, Winne Ruben De, Schaul Tom, Clopath Claudia