Each week SwissCognitive selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
Amongst many interesting topics, this week you can read about how AI assists us to become more conscious about what we eat, why the era of AI means a great opportunity for women, and how we can overcome the threat of the devastating impacts of AI in the developing countries.
The SwissCognitive Team
Becoming conscious about what we really eat: “Instagrammification of health”— the powerful AI that is enabling consumers to extract loads of valuable information from simple pictures of what they happen to be eating.
AI has gradually begun to revolutionize research activities in the healthcare industry. Major advances in science and tech are also likely to improve diagnosis and treatment in the future.
Tech companies are betting everything on it, venture capitalists are pouring billions into research and development, and start-ups are being created on what seems like a daily basis. But how to Make AI that’s good for people?
Empathy, listening, multi-tasking, intuition, collaboration and patience are qualities that will get more prominence as automation takes over the workplace. In the era of AI: ladies, the stage is yours.
Nevertheless, if we work together to strike that balance, AI can certainly offer the developing countries the opportunity of improving livelihoods and growing an economy.
A network that can fix and optimize itself without human intervention could become a reality soon – but not without some training.
Researchers at Breakthrough Listen - the program searching for signs of intelligent life in the Universe - detected 72 new radio bursts from distant galaxies using AI.
Explainable AI aims to reveal how algorithms make decisions in everything from ad targeting to prison sentencing. It turns out this is much easier said than done.
What was once a one-way street has become a two-way street: we can now teach technology to relate to people, as much as we train people to use technology.