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Every week SwissCognitive - The Global AI Hub - selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
This week you can read about how AI can clear space debris, personalize radiation therapy to treat cancer, and can take advantage of by being implemented in international container terminals.
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Machine learning can take over the potentially damaging work of keeping the worst of the internet off our newsfeeds, perhaps it will soon also make those feeds better with what it adds, not only what it removes.
With the human dependence on space technology increasing, the traffic to space has become as congested as traffic on the roads than ever before.
In a survey earlier this year, 57% of participating oncologists said they think Artificial Intelligence will help improve clinical outcomes.
AI could help tackle many of the world's health problems. Companies have been developing health apps to fill the gap.
Research is using medical scans and health records to personalize the dose of radiation therapy used to treat cancer patients.
Toxic algal blooms pose a risk to human health, damage ecosystems, close fisheries, and hurt the economy.
Investment in AgTech firms reached $16.9 billion in 2018, up 43% from the previous year.
To create effective human-machine interaction, we need to understand the influence AI has on people and vice versa.
Automated carriers will be fitted with diesel motors to charge their batteries, Wi-Fi antenna poles and related equipment.