Dear Cognitive RoundUp Readers,
With the second week of 2019 almost behind us, we are happy to present the 9 articles from the expanding world of AI that gained the most attention on the Twitter page of SwissCognitive – The Global AI Hub.
This time let's look at how AI is predicted to go beyond the hype this year, how this technology can improve our home security, and how it can predict cancer symptomps and detect Alzheimer's years ahead before actual diagnosis.
Sending you sunny regards,
The SwissCognitive Team
Artificial Intelligence is one of the most hyped technologies around, touted to disrupt industries and entire ways of working. This article, with the help of Infosys, reflects on five of the biggest artificial intelligence developments that can be expected this year.
Handing the security responsibility of your house to the modern-age technology, AI, is an excellent choice. The technology offers an active, capable, and reliable security method, helping you live freely and safely.
As AI and ML continues to develop, the opportunities for applications in the finance world are significant: from customer service to data security. In the future, AI will provide much better customer experiences across services offered by finance companies.
If teachers really want to engage, inspire, and prepare their students for the future, they need to explore the field of AI and understand how it's going to completely reshape the world and how our students can use that opportunity to reshape it for the better.
Using a common type of brain scan, researchers programmed a machine-learning algorithm to diagnose early-stage Alzheimer's disease about six years before a clinical diagnosis is made – potentially giving doctors a chance to intervene with treatment.
Governments that can successfully cultivate a culture of Disruptive Innovation will be strategically positioned to lead. By contrast, governments that resist Artificial Intelligence could face challenging future.
What is Artificial Intelligence? What is strong vs. weak AI? What is specialised vs. general AI? And how AI actually works and how is it being used in 2019?
"The rise of AI has led many people to believe that machines will take over many of the job functions in the marketing industry. However, when it comes to customer experience, the best results will occur when machines and humans work together."
Researchers have developed a new Artificial Intelligence that could give doctors a head start in treating cancer patients. The AI can predict symptoms throughout the course of a patient’s treatment.