Day: June 5, 2021

Grimes: Artificial intelligence is the pathway to “genuine equality” – Axios

June 5, 2021

Musician Grimes is ready to drop some knowledge: AI is the pathway to the workers’ utopia. The big picture: Grimes’ vision has a name — Fully Automated Luxury Communism (FALC) — and it kind of makes sense, provided you forget about the meaning of all of those words. Driving the news: In a TikTok video […]

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Memo Outlines DOD Plans for Responsible Artificial Intelligence – Department of Defense

June 5, 2021

From the battlefield to the back office, artificial intelligence has the potential to transform how the Defense Department does business in areas like increasing the speed of decision making, making sense of complex data sets and improving efficiency in back-office operations. Ensuring that AI is developed, procured and used responsibly and ethically is a top […]

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India Inc On AI/ML Solutions To Tackle Climate Crisis

June 5, 2021

“AI helps reduce emissions by applying ML vision, aids in calculating CO2 footprint for everything we do, measures energy consumption across the world and the resulting emissions” Register for Free Hands-on Workshop: oneAPI AI Analytics Toolkit Madhusudhan Anand, Ambee According to a climate update issued by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), there is a 40% […]

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Artificial Intelligence-Powered Electronic ‘Nose’ Can Accurately Sniff Out Cancers

June 5, 2021

A new sensor may be able to detect cancer by ‘sniffing’ blood samples. getty An odor based test that detects vapors from human blood plasma samples was able to tell the difference between benign and cancerous cells with up to 95% accuracy, according to work presented this week at the American Society of Clinical Oncology […]

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Top Artificial Intelligence Job Openings to Look Out for this Weekend – Analytics Insight

June 5, 2021

Land a career in AI with these top artificial intelligence jobs. Job opportunities in artificial intelligence have improved in recent years as industry demand has grown. The rumor that AI will create a plethora of new employment is accurate. A career in artificial intelligence appears to be more promising than any other job now available. […]

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When the buzzword is AI…. – The Hindu

June 5, 2021

Artificial Intelligence is transforming the future of higher education in more ways than one With Artificial Intelligence (AI) entering all sectors, higher education is no exception. From the way institutions worldwide have adapted to concepts like virtual assistants and augmented reality in classrooms, it is clear that these technological leaps are here to last. Right […]

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India Inc On AI/ML Solutions To Tackle Climate Crisis – Analytics India Magazine

June 5, 2021

“AI helps reduce emissions by applying ML vision, aids in calculating CO2 footprint for everything we do, measures energy consumption across the world and the resulting emissions” Register for Free Hands-on Workshop: oneAPI AI Analytics Toolkit Madhusudhan Anand, Ambee According to a climate update issued by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), there is a 40% […]

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AI Outperforms Humans in Creating Cancer Treatments – But Do Doctors Trust It?

June 5, 2021

The impact of deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI) for radiation cancer therapy in a real-world clinical setting has been tested by Princess Margaret researchers in a unique study involving physicians and their patients. A team of researchers directly compared physician evaluations of radiation treatments generated by an AI machine learning (ML) algorithm to conventional radiation treatments […]

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Artificial Intelligence-Powered Electronic ‘Nose’ Can Accurately Sniff Out Cancers

June 5, 2021

A new sensor may be able to detect cancer by ‘sniffing’ blood samples. getty An odor based test that detects vapors from human blood plasma samples was able to tell the difference between benign and cancerous cells with up to 95% accuracy, according to work presented this week at the American Society of Clinical Oncology […]

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