Drones that pick inaccessible crops and mobile phones that give medical advice are two of the ways AI can transform life in the developing world.

Artificial intelligence (AI) will be a “game changer” in improving the lives of the world’s poor, according to the New York-based technology entrepreneur Jack Hidary. He says the technology needed to revolutionise inefficient, ineffective food and healthcare systems in developing countries is well within grasp.

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Instant diagnosis by smartphone: how artificial intelligence can save lives