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Google to implement AI Solutions for Japan's 47 Prefectures by 2027 - Reports

Tokyo, June 19 (UNI) Google Japan President Shinji Okuyama on Wednesday unveiled the company's plans to create artificial intelligence (AI) models for 47 Japanese prefectures by 2027, the NHK broadcaster reported.
These models will reportedly be designed to address regional challenges, including the aging population and declining workforce.
Google has already initiated the development of an AI system to tackle the job mismatch issue in Osaka Prefecture, with plans to extend similar solutions to other local governments, NHK reported.
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35 dead, 250 injured in Afghanistan flash floods

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Uganda police warn of planned protest in capital

15 Jul 2024 | 9:33 PM

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