Day: October 9, 2020

Innovare Center to host series on artificial intelligence – Rome Sentinel

October 9, 2020

The Innovare Advancement Center will host a challenge series to  “Build the Vision – Formalize Challenges — Advance the Art” of next generation Artificial Intelligence. The series, which is designed to cultivate, define and fund creative solutions to a set of challenge problems in trustworthy AI with a particular focus on dynamic, autonomous systems that learn […]

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Saint Peter’s launches BS in computer science with concentration in AI, machine learning – ROI-NJ.com

October 9, 2020

Saint Peter’s University announced on Friday it has launch a Bachelor of Science in computer science with a concentration in artificial intelligence and machine learning. The program was established in response to high demand for experts in AI and machine learning for a variety of fields, including health care, banking, financing, research, gaming and more. […]

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5 Things Business Leaders must know about Machine Learning – Analytics Insight

October 9, 2020

Machine learning (ML) has become foundational across many industries over a few years. Supervised learning is currently enjoying the lion’s share of machine learning. For example, it is concerned with a prediction like whether a customer will churn or not. Supervised learning is also concerned with a classification such as if an email is spam. […]

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Phenomic AI Launches with $6 Million Financing and an AI/ML Platform for Targeting the Tumor Stroma

October 9, 2020

Two cancer drug targets discovered on the company platform have been validated and are being advanced into preclinical studies Phenomic AI, a biotech using AI/ML to reveal drug targets that emerge from cell-cell interactions and drive novel antibody drug discovery for challenging diseases, today announced the official launch of the company with US$6 million seed […]

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Applying artificial intelligence to science education

October 9, 2020

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A new review published in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching highlights the potential of machine learning—a subset of artificial intelligence—in science education. Although the authors initiated their review before the COVID-19 outbreak, the pandemic highlights the need to examine cutting-edge digital technologies as we re-think the future of teaching […]

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Researchers use artificial intelligence language tools to decode molecular movements: Algorithms–like the ones that fill in words as people type–can learn to predict how and when proteins form different shapes. – Science Daily

October 9, 2020

By applying natural language processing tools to the movements of protein molecules, University of Maryland scientists created an abstract language that describes the multiple shapes a protein molecule can take and how and when it transitions from one shape to another. A protein molecule’s function is often determined by its shape and structure, so understanding […]

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The Concept of Heart Failure with Machine learning – Analytics Insight

October 9, 2020

Every year, nearly one out of eight U.S deaths is caused due to heart failure. One of acute heart failure’s most common causes is the presence of excess fluid in the lungs. This condition is known as ‘pulmonary edema.’ A patient’s excess fluid level often indicates the doctor’s course of action, but such determination requires […]

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Otologic Technologies hopes bring artificial intelligence into the exam room – Madison.com

October 9, 2020

{{featured_button_text}} .tnt-restrict-img-6c4e9ca6-cf2c-5f47-a6f2-77e45c24220d { max-width: 1763px; } Otologic’s software, which is still in development, uses video of ear exams to create an enhanced image to compare to different ear problems, easing the diagnostic process for physicians. Otologic The way doctors diagnose the causes of ear pains — such as infections or ruptured ear drums — hasn’t changed all […]

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AWS Partnership Advances Use of Machine Learning in Clinical Care – HITInfrastructure.com

October 9, 2020

By Samantha McGrail October 09, 2020 – Two projects sponsored by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the Pittsburgh Health Data Alliance (PHDA) have generated solid use cases for machine learning in clinical care. Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the Pittsburgh Health Data Alliance (PHDA) collaborated in August 2019 to advance innovation in areas including cancer diagnostics, […]

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Researchers use artificial intelligence language tools to decode molecular movements – Phys.org

October 9, 2020

Scientists from the University of Maryland applied a language processing system to the movements of a riboswitch molecule pictured here, to understand how and when the molecule takes different forms. Credit: Zachary Smith/UMD By applying natural language processing tools to the movements of protein molecules, University of Maryland scientists created an abstract language that describes […]

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