Why it matters: The entertainment and media industry has usually been at the forefront of adopting new technologies and integrating them to develop new trends in the entertainment media.
Why it matters: The impact of artificial intelligence in ophthalmology is truly substantial. Evidence confirms AI can improve patient access to clinical screening, diagnosis and also reduce costs, particularly in high-risk groups.
Why it matters: The role of AI in vaccine distribution will be very critical in vaccinating the global population against any future pandemic. Vaccine distribution is one of the biggest logistical challenge and I think AI can be leveraged to help us with the equitable distribution of any vaccine.
Why it matters: In this post, we take a look at how artificial intelligence will be changing the line of work and businesses in the upcoming years. In the upcoming years, we will see more implementations of AI in the corporate environment, creating additional job opportunities, helping with training, and ensuring workers can be empowered.
Why it matters: Geometric deep learning focuses on surpassing the current methods in deep learning, primarily by focusing on including this third dimension in the artificial neural networks created through the technology.
Why it matters: Natural Language Processing, also known as / abbreviated as NLP, helps machines process and understand human language in a contextual manner so that they can pre-programmatically carry out repetitive tasks.
Why it matters: For years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) was an idea adapted into science fiction movies. But that’s not the case anymore. The advancement of technology over the years has made the impact of AI on workspaces a reality. Today, it’s an integral part of organizations and the way we work.
Why it matters: Through life changing accidents, and data minded through NASCAR, human beings are finding ways to rebuild one another so that we are better, faster, and stronger than ever before and all with the help of A.I.. Once nothing more than the stuff of comic books and TV shows, we truly have the technology to become modern superheroes.
Why it matters: Can A.I. make music? Can it feel excitement and fear? Is it alive? Will.i.am and Mark Sagar push the limits of what a machine can do. How far is too far, and how much further can we go?