Satyen K. Bordoloi
Satyen K. Bordoloi
Contributor, The Yuan

Satyen K. Bordoloi is an award-winning scriptwriter and columnist. He is working on a novel about humans' first contact with an AI singularity and fantasizes about being at the intersection of study of consciousness, AI and quantum mechanics.

AI Helps MENA Regions to Diversify and Become a More Sustainable Economy
Satyen K. Bordoloi examines the conceptions and misconceptions of the Middle East and North Africa regions to reveal how they have funded global artificial developments over the past decade, and how a growing AI ecosystem could change the region for the better, despite constraints.
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  Oct 27, 2021
WHO’s Late Arrival to AI Healthcare Party
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"WHO is late to the party with AI in healthcare. But Satyen goes cover to cover with their report for The Yuan and despite its misses, comes out impressed wishing anyone with anything to do with Artificial Intelligence to read it. He urges WHO to update and expand it regularly & to use it as a springboard to guide the inevitable i.e. mass deployment of AI in medicine and healthcare."
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  Aug 20, 2021
WHO AI Regulation Report: Has it Gone Far Enough?
After much delay WHO finally joins the Medical AI debate with a seminal report 'Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence for Health'. The document is a must-read for anyone dealing with AI. Despite its brilliance, does it go far enough? Bordoloi reads it cover to cover and examines its strengths and more importantly, crucial weaknesses.
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  Aug 11, 2021
Poorer Nations Can Benefit Medical AI Companies
Poor nations cannot fund Medical AI companies but, what they lack in finances, they more than make up for in a good range and quantity of data. If data are the new oil, then the potential poor nations offer for learning about human diseases and biology is unadulterated gold.
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  Jun 30, 2021