With 17 goals in total, it's easy to lose sight of just how the world is expected to change by the year 2030. Watch this report for an overview of the targets on the table.
The United Nations may have a reputation for being a talking shop. But when it comes to artificial intelligence and the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, it's trying to get ahead of the conversation.
Some countries have made great strides towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goals, but there's a major setback: Some governments know very little about their citizens. How can they build enough schools and hospitals if they don't know how many people live in a particular region? Ajit Niranjan has been exploring how this lack of data could be hampering development.
Tech enthusiasts claim Big Data could revolutionize governments and transform society. But many nations lack basic information about their populations. How can sustainable development occur when core data are so patchy?
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