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Expert source on ethical AI in the workplace and hiring Special

The debate on artificial intelligence in the workplace keeps on hotting up, especially over whether if it is benefiting humans or harming them. Rick Britt, VP of Artificial Intelligence at CallMiner weighs in for Digital Journal.

Q&A: Three keys to scaling AI in insurance Special

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the newest comers to the insurtech landscape, set to transform the way that traditional insurance has been managed. Two innovators from Vertafore explain what's happening to the sector.

Q&A: The startup that's using AI to protect children online Special

Many parents worry about what their children might stumble across online. L1ght is an anti-toxicity startup using AI to detect and filter harmful online content to protect children. We talk with the company's CEO, Zohar Levkovitz.

Using AI to pinpoint disease-linked genes

Scientists have pioneered a method to locate disease-related genes, based on the application of artificial intelligence. The specially developed artificial neural network has revealed patterns across vast quantities of gene expression data.

OECD to launch its AI Policy Observatory

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is launching a new Artificial Intelligence Policy Observatory (called OECD.AI). The launch took place on Thursday 27 February, 2020.

Q&A: Impact of AI and ML on data management Special

Businesses are turning to artificial intelligence and machine learning to help to create effective data management systems. While the implementation is challenging, the outcome can be autonomous, self-managing databases. Walt Kristick explains how.

AI is playing a critical role in depression therapy

By applying artificial intelligence to assess patients with clinical depression, psychiatrists can gain a new understanding into which therapeutic treatment stands the best chance of working for an individual patient.

Q&A: Removing 'Did you catch that?' from your business meetings Special

Whether you are typing or writing by hand, it's difficult to take verbatim notes during a business meeting. To overcome this, some businesses are turning to AI to bring in automated notetaking. Jacques Botbol from Verbit explains more.

Q&A: Human-AI synergy will drive business decisions in 2020 Special

What do businesses need for 'data driven decision making'. The list extends to: predictive analytics, customer behavior, NLP, semantic-identification, automation, and video analysis technology, according to expert Sudip Saha.

Gamification is aiding discovery of coronavirus medicine Special

The first and only open-source drug discovery competition for COVID-2019 has been launched. The aim is to apply deep learning to find new medicines to tackle the viral outbreak. Siraj Raval explains more.

Q&A: AI license plate recognition system for home security Special

New license plate recognition technology has been designed to provide homeowners with alerts when an unauthorized vehicle enters their property. Called Watchman, the technology integrates with smart home systems.

AI and EV chargers team up to revolutionize home EV charging

London - Moixa has teamed up with energy solutions company Alfen to run a trial looking at the impact of smart charging on electric vehicle (EV) owners’ energy bills and carbon emissions.

Essential Science: How AI is advancing medical science

Artificial intelligence is becoming more commonplace in medicine, helping to advance drug development and with aiding specialists with deciphering medical images. This week’s ‘Essential Science’ looks at key developments.

Q&A: Why AI is going to become more mainstream for business Special

The CEO of Yellowfin (BI analytics company) explains that although the adoption of analytics is still low amongst businesses, companies like Yellowfin are helping leaders think differently and make transformational value and change through data.

Algorithm can identify a person by looking at their dance style

A new study finds that each of us responds to music, if we elect to dance or shuffle, in a movement that is almost the same and characteristic of the individual. Now computers can identify the dancer with pinpoint accuracy.

New AI partnership to develop cardiovascular medication

The artificial intelligence company Exscientia is to work with pharmaceutical multinational Bayer in order to apply machine learning for the development of a new generation of cardiovascular and cancer medication.

Skincare company to boost research using next-generation AI

Beiersdorf is one of the most advanced skincare companies in the world. The company has been using artificial intelligence, in partnership with Insilico Medicine, to improve its range of skincare products.

Q&A: Industry-first research on AI gender bias Special

Cogito has undertaken research on gender bias in artificial intelligence, specifically as it relates to speech emotion recognition. This shows how machine learning can unintentionally encode and amplify negative bias and stereotypes.

Why the algorithms assisting medics is good for health services Special

In light of the Google AI radiology news, where AI can identify breast cancer more accurately than radiologists, Joseph Mossel of Ibex Medical Analytics tells Digital Journal why such developments are good for health services worldwide.

Google AI program could help with female breast cancer diagnoses

Google is developing artificial Intelligence (AI) that will help doctors identify breast cancer according to a research paper published in Nature Today. The AI model which scans X-ray images known as mammograms reduces false negatives by 9.4 percent.

AI knew early on it was Brexit that did it in the UK election

There was one Twitter feed that was correct in terms of predicting the U.K. election results. This drawn from a sophisticated artificial intelligence technology, which analyzed social media posts, in a different way.

New AI-driven technology for breast cancer screening

Developments with artificial technology are transforming medical diagnosis. A new offering from the company iCAD is a prime example, helping medics to assess for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis and other signs of breast related cancer.

Q&A: How to use AI to keep children safe online Special

What is it like to set-up and run an AI-powered startup? Digital Journal spoke with the founder of Jiminy - Tal Guttman. Guttman looks at advancements in AI, his AI focused on child safety, and the main challenges with a startup initiative.

How artificial intelligence will revolutionize work

AI is the technology that enables computers to think and act like human beings. However, knowledge of the technology and the benefits that it can deliver for the workplace are often under appreciated by society, according to a new report.

Q&A: 2020 predictions: Biometrics to identify verification Special

What does 2020 have in store for technological developments? The trajectory is that technology will continue to permeate deep into different aspects of society and culture, as two leading experts explain to Digital Journal readers.

Q&A: Using AI to fool facial recognition systems Special

As more organizations use facial recognition technology, concerns continue to persist around privacy, anonymity and regulation. For some, 'de-identification' is the answer, as Gil Perry, the CEO/co-founder of D-ID discusses.

Q&A: The future of credit and the role of AI in its evolution Special

The future of credit is instant and done via virtual and augmented reality, voice and text to give consumers better shopping experiences and more access to credit, according to Eric Haller of Experian in an interview with Digital Journal.

Q&A: The techniques powering AI are a Monkey's Paw - be careful Special

AI is at maximum hype. But the techniques powering AI are like a Monkey's Paw: they do exactly what you ask of them plus many other unintended consequences. Keeping the "why" in mind is paramount to the success of a project, notes Daniel Blackburn.

Microsoft is using AI to screen for cervical cancer

Microsoft has partnered with SRL Diagnostics to develop an AI Network for Pathology. The technology is being used to screen for cervical cancer in India.

Q&A: How AI tech can make humans more emotionally intelligent Special

Research has shown that behavioral signaling is largely universal – not only across cultures, but across species too. Based on this knowledge, Cogito Corp. has created an AI technology to analyze how humans interact with each other during conversations.
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