Mojica recently held a talk on the risks and benefits of generative AI tools in teaching and research hosted by the Technological Institute of the Philippines (T.I.P.) last month, in a webinar entitled “Artificial Intelligence in Teaching and Research: Boon or Bane?”
Google held an event that revealed its latest AI innovations in disaster response, language inclusivity, as well as text, music, and video generation to show how this technology can support people in varied areas and industries.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said it is exploring applications of machine learning (ML) techniques, particularly in the areas of natural language processing, nowcasting, and banking supervision.
SC chief justice Alexander G. Gesmundo said the court is aiming to capitalize artificial intelligence (AI) to improve court operations, such as the use of technology in preparing transcripts of stenographic notes and in digitalizing judgments rendered.
The main intention of artificial intelligence (AI) is not to take away jobs and livelihood opportunities from Filipinos, but to help them become more efficient and productive in performing their tasks.