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February 13, 2020

How AI Leading The Global Fight Againsts Cancer

With one in five men and one in six women likely to develop cancer during their lifetime, the need to find novel ways to fight the disease has attained a new urgency. While some groundbreaking research has been undertaken by the global scientific community to understand and address cancer in recent years, these discoveries can be further accelerated with emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).
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February 13, 2020 / AI Discover, AI In the News

Case Study: How This Chain of Hospitals Uses AI-Powered Tools To Address Social Determinants In HealthCare

In the Indian healthcare sector today, it has become extremely important for service providers to study and analyse the social determinants and the non-medical factors of patients, such as age, work, livelihood, socioeconomic status and education, among others, that can heavily influence patients’ health status and its outcomes.
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February 13, 2020 / AI In the News

What People Think About the Future of AI

In the trending arena of Artificial Intelligence (AI), it is worthwhile to understand the pulse of the people towards its need, purpose, hype and reality. Sometime back, I initiated a self-driven survey on LinkedIn comprising of six questions to know what people think about the future of AI, how it is impacting their current work and possibly the future of work due to digital disruption. I have pulled in the survey results and shall try to draw some interesting insights with all of you. The intention of this survey is purely for educational purpose and the responses do not form any general opinion or conclusion on any point.
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January 7, 2020 / AI In the News

CCPA: What Does It Mean For AI (Artificial Intelligence)?

So what is the CCPA? Actually, it is the most thorough privacy regulation in the US. It even goes beyond the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) act, which is focused on Europe.
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January 7, 2020

The Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Trends Everyone Should Be Watching In 2020

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has undoubtedly been the technology story of the 2010s, and it doesn't look like the excitement is going to wear off as a new decade dawns. The past decade will be remembered as the time when machines that can truly be thought of as “intelligent” – as in capable of thinking, and learning, like we do – started to become a reality outside of science fiction.
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December 18, 2019 / AI In the News

Artificial intelligence drives autonomous ship project at Stena Line

Swedish shipping company Stena Line is expanding the reach of artificial intelligence (AI) as a fuel-efficiency and cost-saving tool within the transport group’s shipping fleet. Initial pilot tests have produced promising results, indicating that AI/digital technologies have the potential to revolutionise how ships operate. AI-supported automation trials have delivered cost savings and ship operational efficiencies.
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December 18, 2019 / AI In the News

Empathy in Artificial Intelligence

What do you think when someone asks you about empathy? Do you struggle to find its meaning or does it come to you naturally? In the age of artificial intelligence, do our AI systems need empathy? If so, what are some use cases where empathy can be most helpful in AI Systems?
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December 11, 2019 / AI In the News

What 7 of the World’s Smartest People Think About Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) will end us, save us or—less jazzy-sounding but the more probable intersection of both—eventually obsolete us. From humbling chess grandmaster losses at the hands of mathematically brilliant supercomputers to semantic networks with the linguistic grasp of a four-year-old, one thing seems certain: AI is coming.
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