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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?

Improving mobile advertisers ROI, through elimination of fraud Special

What is the best strategy for ad fraud prevention on mobile advertising? A new a partnership between Altrooz, and TrafficGuard could be a solution, involving the application of machine learning.

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.

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.

End of the journalist? Microsoft moves to AI for online articles

The digital transformation of news content has taken a new leap. Microsoft has sacked all of its online content producing journalists and replaced them with an artificial intelligence system. Just how good is the quality?

Essential Science: New speed record achieved for a soft robot

Recent months have seen several advances in the field of soft and micro-robots, with new speeds being accomplished for both flat surfaces and through water. These developments open up opportunities for new applications.

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.

Q&A: Healthcare is using machine learning to improve clarity Special

To make health information more accessible, healthcare organizations are turning to algorithms tailored specifically for medical terminology, removing jargon from text, and making the wording far easier for the general population to understand.

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.

Essential Science: Developing ML to see protein patterns

A new machine learning system has been used to characterize 800 million-year-old amino acid patterns that had, up until now, puzzled scientists. These protein patterns are of great importance and they are responsible for facilitating protein interactions.

Using machine learning to estimate risk of cardiovascular death

Research from MIT CSAIL uses machine learning to estimate risk of cardiovascular death. The system, called “RiskCardio,” uses just the first fifteen minutes of a patient's raw electrocardiogram (ECG) signal to produce a risk score.

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: 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 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.

Massive AI-powered robots are 3D-printing entire rockets

Los Angeles - Roll up the loading bay doors at Relativity Space in Los Angeles and you’ll find four of the largest metal 3D printers in the world, churning out rocket parts day and night.

Human brain inspires new type of AI

Recent experiments on neuronal cultures, as within the human brain, have led to researchers running large scale simulations which have shown that ultrafast artificial intelligence algorithms can be developed.

New app assesses just how ergonomic warehouse jobs are

Technologists have applied machine learning to build a different system to monitor and assess factory and warehouse workers and inform them how ergonomic their jobs are, with the data reviewed and calculated in real time.

Understanding animal brains to improve robotics

Researchers have been considering evolution and animal brains as the basis for making improvements to machine learning, as the basis for helping to improve the way robots operate. especially when performing tasks that seem simple to people.

Q&A: Machine learning can reduce a risk factor in Alzheimer’s Special

Alz1 has launched the first solution to detect and reduce high free copper levels — a risk factor associated with Alzheimer's disease — through a in-home blood test and dietary supplement to lower free copper levels. The kit was developed through AI.

AI: More than Human exhibition challenges our preconceptions Special

London - Artificial intelligence is infiltrating every aspect of waking life and out relationship with this powerful technology is becoming more complex. An interactive exhibition at London's Barbican Centre seeks to explore where is our world’s future headed.

Machine learning helps with the discovery of new polymers

Japanese researchers have utilized artificial intelligence to propel the discovery of new materials. This new research includes identifying polymers with high thermal conductivity, which will aid developing new electronic devices.

New technique aims to teach robots exactly what humans want

Technologists are developing processes to ensure robots understand better what humans want. This involves coming up with more accurate and faster ways of providing human guidance to improve the decision making and responses of autonomous robots.

Review: Would a master algorithm solve all our problems? Special

Algorithms are with us, from predicting the music we may like to helping with medical diagnosis. While technology improves how far can it progress and is there a master algorithm that can unlock all mysteries?

New technique teaches AI about life-long learning

Life-long learning is traditionally associated with people who take a proactive approach to life or with more enlightened companies that train and develop employees. Now the same principles are being applied to AI, in relation to U.S. military operations.

IBM technology detects breast cancer risk before it happens

IBM has taken a step forward in disease prevention by designing an artificial intelligence technology that can predict the risk of breast cancer developing up to one year before the first signs of cancer appear.

OECD adopts new Principles on Artificial Intelligence

OECD, plus partner countries, has formally adopted a new set of OECD 'Principles on Artificial Intelligence'. This took place at the Organisation’s 2019 Ministerial Council Meeting on May 22 in Paris.

Q&A: Wading through the AI landscape Special

With so many artificial intelligence solutions on the market, where should businesses be focus their energy? In addition, how should return on investment be assessed? Dmitry Binunsky from Exadel provider some insights.

Teaching AI to see like a human by filling in the blanks

A new type of artificial intelligence has been developed, which is said by its inventors to see like a human. This has been a achieved by building on existing forms of AI and filling in the blanks that have previously limited full visual perception.
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