Post on this page after a break. Much needed and timely too. if the potential of AI has to be harnessed, we need quality human resources. need well-planned courses and training to prepare the industry ready people. ... See MoreSee Less
Every day you come to know of newer developments and applications of AI. this one would help the readers. The explosion of information is making accessing it a challenge. AI is going to make it easy. ... See MoreSee Less
Being creative is a challenge. it can not be taught that easily. Now the challenge being posed by AI, whether it is going to compete in this domain. Calling it Artificial is it a misnomer? ... See MoreSee Less
In the laser-based rapid test of infectious pathogens, machine learning methods and algorithms for data pre-treatment are used to translate Raman spectra of bacteria into a resistance prediction. Researchers are finding a variety of ways to combine the strengths of AI in diagnostics. The search continues. ... See MoreSee Less
Leibniz IPHT is increasingly focusing on artificial intelligence and learning systems. Thomas Bocklitz is heading the new research department "Photonic Data Science". We asked him how AI could help sh...
While we are trying to assimilate AI now they are talking about Superintelligent AI? Many people believe that higher intelligence can just somehow evolve from lower intelligence. But sincere belief isn’t evidence. And Dickson stresses, “To be clear, the artificial intelligence technology we have today, known as narrow AI, is nowhere near achieving such feat.” So we are talking about whether superintelligent AI, if it ever arrives, can be considered alive. ... See MoreSee Less
Digital pathology, radiology, dermatology, vascular diagnostics and ophthalmology all use standard image processing techniques where AI can help in a big way.
ML, Deep Neural Network (DNN) and Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) methods are outperforming radiologists in speed and accuracy. The possible human error under stressful conditions during a fast decision-making process can be reduced considerably. ... See MoreSee Less
Experts at University of British Columbia in Canada yet to build an Artifical-Intelligence-powered COVID-19 diagnosis tool using resources from Amazon Web Services are seeking lung scan images from In...
What exactly is AI? What does it mean for the consumer and where do we expect it to go in the next few years? Public concern about the main concerns surrounding the technology, the response from some founders clearing some myths, misunderstandings and concerns. ... See MoreSee Less
In the past few years, Artificial Intelligence has become more and more ubiquitous in our everyday tech, and it shows no signs of going away, with investment into UK AI reaching £2.42bn in 2019. Acco...
AI is offering new possibilities. Using new technologies, data science, vast quantities of medical images, and computer algorithms, it is possible to fight diseases differently. The medical model of a patient and a doctor is outdated. We need to put AI on our healthcare team and use analytical methods to predict problems before they occur and to help doctors and patients make better decisions.
Computer-assisted retinal analysis (CARA) is one such technology. Developed by DIAGNOS, a Montreal-based company, CARA uses retina scans to detect early warning signs of big health problems. And CARA can do it on a scale that will make a big difference in fighting the diabetes epidemics. ... See MoreSee Less