Google.org launches $20 million funding program for generative AI projects

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Google.org, the non-profit arm of Google, is launching a $20 million funding program for non-profit organizations developing generative AI technologies. The six-week “Google.org Accelerator: Generative AI” program will initially support 21 organizations with grants, technical training, workshops and mentors. These include Quill.org, the World Bank and Tarjimly. According to a Google survey, four out of five non-profit organizations see potential in generative AI, but almost half are not yet using the technology due to obstacles such as a lack of expertise and funding. The aim is to use generative AI to help non-profit teams work more productively and effectively for their target groups.

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Online journalist Matthias is the co-founder and publisher of THE DECODER. He believes that artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the relationship between humans and computers.

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