In a captivating Live Class session on July 10, students from South Korea and India explored the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI). After they researched various AI solutions and its impact in their respective countries throughout the semester, these young minds showcased their unwavering dedication to investigating current problems and envisioning AI-driven solutions for a better world.
During the Live Class, Korean students shared various AI solutions to different issues in their country. They also discussed the potential of AI counselors to treat human psychology, highlighting the accessibility and cost-effectiveness of this approach. In addition, students considered the impact of AI on existing human psychologists and emphasized the need for careful consideration about its impact on the job market. Furthermore, students explored the role of AI in preserving marine ecosystems, addressing marine waste, species identification, and monitoring as well as the potential of AI self-driving cars to reduce drunk driving accidents, alongside the need for appropriate legislation in case of accidents.
Indian students, in turn, presented their research on AI's impact in various sectors. They highlighted the transformative potential of AI in transportation, education, and manufacturing. Students emphasized the benefits of self-driving cars, digitized books, AI tutors, and AI-powered robots. Environmental protection was another crucial aspect they addressed, recognizing AI's role in disaster management, water usage monitoring, and energy optimization. Students also explored the potential of AI in enhancing financial services and addressing common challenges faced by India, such as poor quality education, unemployment, health issues, and agricultural obstacles.
As the students engaged in profound discussions, their shared ambition and dedication shone through their words. "Our shared ambition lies in investigating current problems and exploring the possibilities of solving them through AI," expressed one of the Korean students, capturing the students' collective drive to tackle real-world challenges using artificial intelligence. Another student from India added, "While both Korea and India utilize AI in various fields like environment, safety, and accident prevention, India's AI focuses more on people's welfare." Students also pointed to the fact that while both countries harness the power of AI in various sectors, India is still in the early stages of adoption, whereas Korea has been a leader in AI use. Most importantly, they also underscored the importance of ethical approaches in using AI.
The students' exchanges paint a vivid picture of their shared determination to harness the boundless potential of AI as a transformative solution and to highlight the similarities and differences between their countries’ application of AI and approach. As the students immerse themselves in meaningful discussions, they gain a great appreciation for diverse perspectives, deepen their understanding of global challenges, and foster a collaborative spirit towards building a more sustainable and inclusive future.