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Advantis Medical Imaging fuels innovation to redefine healthcare with AI
Brain science
The Yuan recently spoke with Zoi Giavri, co-founder, president and chief product officer of leading medical software developer Advantis Medical Imaging to talk advances in healthcare. Eleni Natsi, a journalist focused on the transformative impact of AI, lets us in on their tête-à-tête.
Eleni Natsi  |  Apr 18 , 2024
GenAI offers a peek into the future of empathetic care in neuropsychiatry
Brain science
Neuropsychiatric disorders are often difficult to treat because each patient’s case is unique and there are few, if any, other comparable cases to use as references. Fortunately, GenAI, a new tech, is now changing this outlook, argues Harvard Med Fellow Rohitashva Agrawal, MD,MPH.
Rohitashva Agrawal  |  Apr 17 , 2024
AI algorithms worsen social, intellectual isolation by cocooning users
Brain science
Increased isolation and fraying social ties are major problems worldwide, yet they have also largely sneaked up on society. AI algorithms are partly to blame for this malaise, but one can take steps to combat it. ML engineer and technical writer Jacia Ebubechi outlines a regimen.
Jacia Ebubechi  |  Apr 16 , 2024
A tale of two sciences: The symbiosis between AI, neuroscience
Brain science
The human brain served as the model for the advent of AI, which is now enabling a greater understanding of the brain’s inner workings. Their further interactions will open exciting real-life applications. Dr Gaurav Chandra presents these vistas.
Gaurav Chandra  |  Apr 15 , 2024
Global empathetic horizons meld AI, neuroscience to engender empathy
Brain science
The term ‘global empathetic horizons’ refers to the combined use of AGI and neurology to elevate the understanding of emotions, limit misunderstandings, and clear hurdles to communication for more fruitful and harmonious communication worldwide, states AI engineer Douglas Amante.
Douglas Amante  |  Apr 12 , 2024
The time has come to rethink the 'learning' in machine learning
Brain science
The rubric ‘machine learning’ seems to posit that machines learn novel concepts in much the same way that humans do, but this assumption is both flawed and glosses over important complexities, writes physician, neuroscientist, and medical writer Ahmad M. Nazzal.
Ahmad Nazzal  |  Apr 11 , 2024
BCIs tap AI to open up direct communication channels with the brain
Brain science
Embedding AI into brain-computer interfaces sets a major milestone in assistive tech, enhancing the lives of the neurologically impaired and disabled alike. AI-powered BCIs will address a wide array of clinical and societal issues, says software engineer Mahmut Martin Yüksel, MD.
Mahmut Martin Yüksel  |  Apr 10 , 2024
AI’s functional look into neuroscience paves the way for new breakthroughs
Brain science
Much remains unknown about the human brain, but functional magnetic resonance imaging scans promise huge ramifications for neuroscience and the study of neurological conditions, writes Dipro Chakraborty, director of Digital Architecture at AI healthcare firm TurningPoint.
Dipro Chakraborty  |  Apr 09 , 2024
A digital-analog interface seems an impassible barrier to creating AGI
Brain science
Connecting information flows between digital and analog bodies is a monumental challenge akin to connecting different dimensions, notes award-winning tech columnist Satyen K. Bordoloi in this fascinating, original exploration of AI, AGI, and the path to building smarter machines.
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  Apr 08 , 2024
IOT Solutions World Congress 2024 to grandstand semiconductors for industry
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A key part in computers, smartphones, cars, fridges, or any electronic device, semiconductors are critical to the IoT. This year’s IOT Solutions World Congress, the top global event for transforming industry with emerging tech, will highlight chip designers, makers and suppliers.
Ben Armour  |  Apr 07 , 2024
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Janna Lipenkova
Janna Lipenkova
Janna Lipenkova is a computational linguist who speaks seven languages. She heads two companies, Anacode and Equintel, that use AI to deliver cutting-edge business intelligence and guide clients towards smarter decisions, strategy, and execution.
Philip M. Parker
Philip M. Parker
Philip M. Parker is Professor of Marketing at INSEAD and the INSEAD Chaired Professor of Management Science.His research explores why existing theories governing macroeconomic growth and firm level competition yield unreliable forecasts of actual market outcomes. He introduced the idea that physical sciences should be directly integrated into macroeconomic studies.
Ganes Kesari
Ganes Kesari
Ganes Kesari is an entrepreneur, AI thought leader, author, adjunct professor, and TEDx speaker. He is the founder of Innovation Titan, a data-science thought leadership and advisory firm. He advises executives on data-driven leadership and helps organizations adopt a culture of data for decision-making.
Johannes Walter
Johannes Walter
Johannes Walter is head of department and scientific director of digitalization and digital association development at Diakonie Baden as well as associate professor at IU International University of Applied Sciences. His research focuses on AI in healthcare and digital transformation in the social and healthcare sector.
Nikolaj van Omme
Nikolaj van Omme
Nikolaj van Omme is chief executive officer of Funartech, an AI startup that provides creative solutions to complex industrial problems by combining machine learning and applied mathematics. He is a strong proponent of hybrid methods and approaches, in particular the hybridization of machine learning and operations research.
Shanen Boettcher
Shanen Boettcher
Shanen Boettcher is a former General Manager of Microsoft’s Startup Business Group, which oversees the innovation of Microsoft’s core businesses. He also holds a PhD in human-machine communication and AI from the University of St Andrews, and has experience operationalizing strategy, developing global award-winning products, building tools and guidance for high-tech startups at Responsible Innovation Labs, and working as a product strategist for AI21 Labs, a leading artificial intelligence and large language model startup.
Austin Lentsch
Austin Lentsch
Austin Lentsch is a policy fellow at MIT’s Blueprint Labs.
Tonny Huang
Tonny Huang
Manager at Kearney.
Betty Pio
Betty Pio
Partner at Kearney.
Keena Patel-Moran
Keena Patel-Moran
Partner at Kearney.