To create a productive labour force for the future, a nation does not necessarily need to send most of its young people to study data or artificial intelligence at universities, writes economic researcher Azizul Amiludin.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a wonderful tool and is increasingly being used in recruitment. However, is it the magic tool that takes recruitment to a new level, or a screen that reinforces insularity, asks Azizul Amiludin.
WISE AI agrees with Malaysia’s Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo that talent, trust and ethics are needed to help artificial intelligence (AI) be accepted by everyone.
Promising a hassle-free integration of systems, WISE AI’s soon to be launched ‘Software Development Kit’ (SDK) is set to be a game changer by making it easier for a company to use its facial recognition programs.
Facial recognition and other technology advancements are great for the hospitality, tourism and events industries and will blend well with the human element, stresses WISE AI co-founder Justin Goh.
WISE AI founder and co-director Justin Goh says Malaysia must look into policies that will stimulate artificial intelligence and facial recognition which will turn the nation into a leading industry player in Southeast Asia.