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The Right Way to Worry
Daron Acemoglu | 2021-07-22The sway of the dinosaurs ended 66 million years ago when an asteroid crashed into Chicxulub in Mexico. If a similar asteroid were to crash into Earth today, it would cause another mass-extinction event. This should concern us now and in the coming century.
AI Resource Management Clean Up Helps Deliver Better Healthcare
Priya Dialani | 2021-08-27The novel coronavirus created global havoc. Governments and hospitals were inundated with an influx of patients. One of the challenges is managing resources - both human and material, as resources are limited and can be rapidly consumed. Hence, in order to facilitate better allocation and avoid wastage of resources, artificial intelligence was at the rescue. Here's how AI can ensure better resource management in any given pandemic.
AI and Computational Biology
Arianna Ferrini | 2021-07-22The Buck Institute for Research in Aging, in California, has a dedicated focus area for AI and computational biology. Their aim is to exploit the full value of research data and expertise in the pursuit of new interventions and diagnostic tools that will enable the extension of human healthspan.
The Democratization of Medical AI
Bart de Witte | 2021-07-19The future of healthcare is uncertain until we know who owns the life-saving information generated from data extracted from our bodies, and who owns the data generated from machine learning applications related to medical diagnostic research. HIPPO AI founder Barte de Witte examines the only two options society has in this regard: open collaboration or privatization.
Checkmate: The Future of AI Technology Makes a Move
Satyen K. Bordoloi | 2021-12-14On the 10th anniversary of artificial intelligence’s first successful applications, Satyen K. Bordoloi trawls through the history of computing and AI, explains the resistance to the technology in the past, and predicts that every company once hostile to AI will have embraced it in the next few years.