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Our global issues are complex, and AI provides us with a valuable tool to augment human efforts to come up with solutions to vexing problems. Here are 10 of the best ways artificial intelligence is used for good.
Researchers, who work with public agencies to try to build responsible and effective software, must grapple with how automated tools might introduce bias or entrench existing inequity — especially if they are being inserted into an already discriminatory social system.
AI technologies will be increasingly used in the horticultural sector in the coming 5 – 10 years, in response to the growing global demand for food. This is essential, because ultimately 56% more food needs to be produced if we want to feed the world’s population of 10 billion people by 2050.
The spending on AI systems will increase by 31% this year, reaching $49.2 billion. Managers who want to stay ahead of or even capitalize on the AI-driven trends can start doing three things today: Get comfortable with AI, examine workflows and challenges more closely, and dentify areas where AI doesn’t fit.
In New York, subway ridership surpassed 1 million on June 23rd, a more than 150 percent increase since April. Not surprisingly, MTA officials have stressed mask wearing over social distancing. AI proves to be a right tool for this, but there may be a catch.
The semi-supervised device “learnt” how to stitch surgical incisions. Although the technology is in its infancy, the scientists hope Motion2Vec will one day support doctors by closing relatively simple incisions.
Artificial Intelligence is everywhere with its demands skyrocketing every now and then. This has led many people try their luck in AI careers like Big Data Engineers, Business intelligence Developer and others.
Combine AI skills together with some very talented chemical researchers, and see what just might be possible when you bypass the limitations of human formalist language and let an AI understand the context of your words to help advance your research.
The State of Israel is known as one of the world’s leading hi-tech nations. During the first two phases of the digital revolution, Israel established itself as a juggernaut in the cybersphere. Currently, Israel has the opportunity to leverage existing advantages to transition into the third phase, known as “Intelligent Systems.”