Day: September 13, 2020

AI Weekly: What ML practitioners are doing about climate change

September 13, 2020

Automation and Jobs Read our latest special issue. Open Now A lot happened this week in the AI space. The Guardian wrote an article with GPT-3 and again demonstrated that no matter what OpenAI paid to train and create the language model, the free marketing might be worth more. After losing the JEDI cloud contract […]

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The state of artificial intelligence-based FDA-approved medical devices and algorithms: an online database

September 13, 2020

Cross-checked and validated medical devices and algorithms Cross-checking and validation of all announcements resulted in a database with 64 AI/ML based, FDA-approved medical devices and algorithms. We decided to include only those 29 devices in our further analysis that met the criteria of being considered an AI/ML-based technology in the related official FDA announcements (Table […]

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How does Artificial Intelligence Redefine Business Processes? – Analytics Insight

September 13, 2020

Artificial Intelligence (AI) emulates human intelligence process which involves extracting meaningful insights and patterns, predicting plausible future decisions made possible by the three major tenants of the technology which translates to Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Deep Learning (Neural Networks). AI has established encapsulating everything from rule-based machine learning to image classification […]

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Artificial intelligence for the recovery of essential body functions – Innovation Origins

September 13, 2020

Deaf people who can hear again, blind people who can see, paralyzed people who can move again: the objectives of the third Nijmegen AI-lab are by no means small. By means of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and implants, the brain would not only be able to pick up the mental control of the body again […]

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The Importance of Predictive Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity – Analytics Insight

September 13, 2020

Data security is currently more essential than any other time in recent memory. The present cybersecurity threats are unimaginably smart and advanced. Security experts face an every day fight to identify and assess new dangers, identify possible mitigation measures, and find some solution for the residual risk. This upcoming age of cybersecurity threats requires agile […]

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AI Weekly: What ML practitioners are doing about climate change

September 13, 2020

Automation and Jobs Read our latest special issue. Open Now A lot happened this week in the AI space. The Guardian wrote an article with GPT-3 and again demonstrated that no matter what OpenAI paid to train and create the language model, the free marketing might be worth more. After losing the JEDI cloud contract […]

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The state of artificial intelligence-based FDA-approved medical devices and algorithms: an online database

September 13, 2020

Cross-checked and validated medical devices and algorithms Cross-checking and validation of all announcements resulted in a database with 64 AI/ML based, FDA-approved medical devices and algorithms. We decided to include only those 29 devices in our further analysis that met the criteria of being considered an AI/ML-based technology in the related official FDA announcements (Table […]

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