Dear Cognitive RoundUp Readers,
With another week 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 we are happy to present how AI can humanize workforce communications & customer engangement, how AI can recognize voices it has never heard before, and how we can go ahead so that healthcare will benefit from the potentials of AI.
Sunny regards and happy reading,
The SwissCognitive Team
Between new collaboration tools, the incorporation of AI and better platforms for connecting with customers, the way we work has changed greatly over the last couple of decades. Yet, we need to go even further, and with the help of AI, improve communications & customer engagement even more.
Parkinson’s disease affects more than 10 million people worldwide. It is traditionally diagnosed clinically by finding slow movement, rest tremors, and muscle rigidity. But spotting it early isn’t easy. AI can help.
Scientists from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), a research institute in Switzerland, have built a machine learning programme called ShiftML to predict how the atoms in molecules shift when exposed to a magnetic field.
Industrial companies are discovering additional sources of value in applying advanced technology to general and administrative support functions. The results can be impressive for businesses that can adapt to the disruption of legacy systems.
We stand on the edge of a crucial moment in the history of our species – a time when a creation of our own inventiveness has the potential to change everything. We are entering the age of artificial intelligence.
AI is capable of near-flawless real-time speaker diarization, which could improve how we caption live events, transcribe doctor-patient conversations, and more.
There is a fear of artificial intelligence in healthcare that needs to be managed so that the healthcare industry can take advantage of AI benefits for patients.
Artificial Intelligence is impacting all industries. Retail is no exeption. Here are five of the most fascinating trends to watch from reserachers' report.
A survey of nearly 600 executives finds that 48% of companies say improving customer intimacy is the main reason for AI adoption.