Day: January 10, 2021

Webinar on role of AI, machine learning held – The Tribune India

January 10, 2021

Ludhiana, January 10 Gujranwala Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology (GGNIMT) managed by Gujranwala Khalsa Educational Council (GKEC), Civil Lines, organised a webinar on role of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Over 300 participants, including students, professionals, academicians and technocrats across the globe joined the session on AI that has transformed most of the […]

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Understanding AI: The good, bad and ugly

January 10, 2021

INDUSTRY INSIGHT Understanding AI: The good, bad and ugly By Seth Cutler Jan 08, 2021 Although it’s still in the early stage of adoption, the use of artificial intelligence in the public sector has vast potential. According to McKinsey & Company, AI can help to identify tax-evasion patterns, sort through infrastructure data to target bridge […]

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Artificial Intelligence Project Aims To Find New Uses For Old Drugs

January 10, 2021

KEY POINTS Biomedical researchers at Ohio State University have employed machine learning to find new uses for old drugs The process could speed up discovery and approval, as the drugs have already been tested by the FDA for safety and efficacy Google’s DeepMind AI recently demonstrated that artificial intelligence could quickly and accurately perform protein […]

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Artificial intelligence leads 2020 technology news – Healio

January 10, 2021

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The very real fear of artificial intelligence – Moneycontrol

January 10, 2021

Representative image. My job it seems is safe, for now. Stringing together reasonably coherent sentences may not be a particularly testing task, but at least the threat from artificial intelligence (AI), the newest jobs-killer in town, isn’t as potent as I feared. In a recent paper published in the Findings of Empirical Methods in Natural […]

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The very real fear of artificial intelligence – Moneycontrol.com

January 10, 2021

Rank 2 | Japan | Industrial robots installed per 10,000 employees: 364 (Image: Reuters) My job it seems is safe, for now. Stringing together reasonably coherent sentences may not be a particularly testing task, but at least the threat from artificial intelligence (AI), the newest jobs-killer in town, isn’t as potent as I feared. In […]

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Lack of Sleep Could Be a Problem for Artificial Intelligence – SciTechDaily

January 10, 2021

Some types of artificial intelligence could start to hallucinate if they don’t get enough rest, just as humans do. Credit: Los Alamos National Laboratory One of the distinguishing features of machines is that they don’t need to sleep, unlike humans and any other creature with a central nervous system. Someday though, your toaster might need […]

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Leadership Capacity in the Dynamic Age of Artificial Intelligence – Analytics Insight

January 10, 2021

The leadership strategies in today’s world are designed to harness the cognitive and behavioral skills of senior business executives with the implicit assumption that would exemplify the high performance across the organizations. In the age of AI, leadership management is more focused on acts and activities leaders need to undertake as compared to the conventional […]

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Understanding AI: The good, bad and ugly

January 10, 2021

INDUSTRY INSIGHT Understanding AI: The good, bad and ugly By Seth Cutler Jan 08, 2021 Although it’s still in the early stage of adoption, the use of artificial intelligence in the public sector has vast potential. According to McKinsey & Company, AI can help to identify tax-evasion patterns, sort through infrastructure data to target bridge […]

Read More

Artificial Intelligence Project Aims To Find New Uses For Old Drugs

January 10, 2021

KEY POINTS Biomedical researchers at Ohio State University have employed machine learning to find new uses for old drugs The process could speed up discovery and approval, as the drugs have already been tested by the FDA for safety and efficacy Google’s DeepMind AI recently demonstrated that artificial intelligence could quickly and accurately perform protein […]

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