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Using AI to drive home drug development

Drug development is partially dependent upon biomedical data. Such data is invariably overly complex, and there are complex interactions between hundreds of biological entities. To make sense of this, AI is required.

Accelerating AI deployments in the business setting

According to a new report, businesses need to give serious consideration to putting AI on a rapid path to production. Data and analytics leaders should use this research collection to remove the most common barriers to production.

Creating better coronavirus science through AI tools

Most of the COVID-19 related research is reliable and proven to be accurate, or at least part of an iterative process whereby new research builds upon current findings. There are, however, bad research examples. Could AI have filtered these bad examples?

Q&A: Why businesses need to identify consumers for growth Special

As businesses start to rise up out of the economic turmoil that the coronavirus pandemic has caused, one important element of the recovery strategy is with identifying that right consumers to target. An Experian expert explains how.

Clinical study reveals the success of AI in telehealth

New research looks at the implementation of AI-based decision-support technology, via telemedicine, as part of the standard way clinicians can manage the insulin therapy of people with diabetes. This is one of the first applications of AI and telehealth.

AI algorithm tracks youth at risk of substance abuse

A new advance with predictive artificial intelligence in terms of sustenance abuse has been made. An algorithm can now track homeless tracks youth at risk of substance abuse.

AI ethics: How can AI be made more trustworthy?

To what extent do the public trust artificial intelligence? Where trust is lacking, what can be done to strengthen AI predictions in order to bolster the level of trust and push forward AI adoption further.

AI can help boost customer service during COVID-19

The impact upon customer-facing businesses can be assisted by a greater use of artificial intelligence during the coronavirus era, according to a new report looking at ways to sharpen the customer service function.

Why big data analytics are proving essential for pharma

Big data has the potential to become translated into 'big business' for pharmaceutical firms, despite the slow growth with analysis of large volumes of data using artificial intelligence solutions.

New AI aims to remove racism online

A company is making it their mission to remove racist words from the web. The firm UserWay has announced the launch of an artificial intelligence tool called Powered Content Moderator Tool, designed to remove inflammatory speech from the Internet.

Q&A: How AI accelerates Rx drug development data Special

Applications of AI and ML in healthcare will grow to nearly $8 billion by 2022. It follows that half of global life science professionals say they are either using or interested in using AI in their research. There are challenges driving AI adoption.

Why enterprises should not over rely on AI for cybersecurity Special

AI is a strong tool for cybersecurity, but it is not the silver bullet. Many enterprises must not overly rely on it for their security, or they could be setting themselves up for problems. This is particularly so for the finance sector.

Q&A: AI is transforming the workplace in novel ways Special

On returning to the workplace, things may appear slightly different - not in terms of changes to spaces or with people, but with the rise of artificial intelligence. With sensitive areas like recruitment, this needs to be ethical AI.

Review: AI program used to create wondrous whisky Special

London Colney - An artificial intelligence algorithm has been used to develop a new whisky. The whisky, from Mackmyra, is branded Intelligens and its precise concoction is only known to the software. The end product is a good dram.

First free AI-powered ad fraud solution launched Special

The technology firm TrafficGuard has issued a free PPC fraud solution, available indefinitely. This is a limited, but functional version of their AI/machine learning powered product. The aim is to help to protect businesses.

Q&A: Mobility startup donating AI tech to manage homeless care Special

A transportation startup (Routable AI) is adapting its tech to address a major public health challenge during the pandemic: managing care for the homeless population.

Q&A: Playform’s AI model turns sketches into artworks Special

Playform, an AI-driven “creative soulmate”, has a new addition - a ‘Sketch-to-Image’ tool, which transforms simple sketches into full-fledged images with color, texture, and rich detail. Dr. Ahmed Elgammal explains more.

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.
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