Saturday, July 4, 2020

Growth in Machine Learning Leading to Demand for Automated ML

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor Machine learning has been used successfully in many disciplines that increasingly depend on it. However, the success relies on human machine learning experts to perform many tasks, according...

Startup Cuberg Uses AI To Build Energy Dense, Lightweight Batteries

By Dava Stewart, Science Writer Startup Cuberg is working on developing lighter, safer, more energy-dense batteries, and they’re using a machine learning platform developed by Aionics Technologies to do it faster. “The exciting thing we do...

Machine Learning Leading to Revolution in Clinical Data Management

By Benjamin Ross, Senior Editorial Assistant, AI Trends “What I’ve been looking at for the past few years is how things are evolving within the clinical trial space, and what impact that’s going to...

Is Machine Learning or Deep Learning Best for Your AI Project?

By AI Trends Staff When a business is engaged in digitization, adopting digital technologies to change a business model and provide new opportunities, the discussion inevitably rolls around to how to incorporate AI. Software developers face...

Executive Interview: Ted Okada, CTO, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

FEMA Going to Work on Visual AI, Textual AI, Operations AI, and AI for Privacy Preservation A member of the Senior Executive Service and CTO of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Ted Okada is...

AI Spawning New Products in Investment Business

By AI Trends Staff AI is helping to launch new products in the investment business, from new data services to new theories of investing. For example, Liquidnet recently announced plans to launch a data service for...

AI is Being Used to Discover New Antibiotics and Genes Linked to Disease

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor New types of antibiotics are being developed using an AI machine-learning approach that scans a pool of more than 100 million molecules, including one that works against strains...

AI Being Applied to Optimize Electric Battery Recharging

By AI Trends Staff A team of researchers from Stanford University, MIT and the Toyota Research Institute have used AI to dramatically speed up the time required to test and optimally charge batteries for electric...

Healthcare Providers Beginning to Apply AI More in Patient Care

By AI Trends Staff Hospitals and doctors’ offices collect vast amounts of data on their patients, everything from blood pressure to genetic sequencing. While the data may be digitized, using it to help in patient...

AI is Changing the Pattern for How Software is Developed

By AI Trends Staff   Software developers are using AI to help write and review code, detect bugs, test software and optimize development projects. This assistance is helping companies to deploy new software more efficiently, and...




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