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AI is Being Applied to Fight Against Climate Change; How to...

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  As wildfires rage in the west and the density of smoke is blocking out the sun in many areas,...

Duke University Researchers Showing AI Can Be for the Birds

By AI Trends Staff A Duke University team is demonstrating that AI can be for the birds, using deep learning to train a computer to...

BMW Boosting AI While Factory Lines are Paused from Pandemic

By AI Trends Staff With the Covid-19 pandemic forcing its factories to close, BMW AG is taking the opportunity to accelerate deployment of AI in...

AI Being Applied in Agriculture to Help Grow Food, Support New...

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor AI continues to have an impact in agriculture, with efforts underway to help grow food, combat disease and...

AI Employed to Better Understand Bird Migration, Flight and Collisions

By AI Trends Staff AI is helping ornithologists who study birds learn things not previously understood about bird migration patterns and other ways birds interact...

Search for COVID-19 Treatment Accelerating Use of AI in Healthcare

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor AI was already having an impact in healthcare before COVID-19 came along. Now the impact of AI in...

Three Big Tech Players Back Out of Facial Recognition Market

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor In the span of 72 hours, both IBM and Amazon backed out of the facial recognition business this...

AI Being Employed to Predict Wildfires with Greater Accuracy

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor As wildfire risk has grown larger and more destructive in recent years, especially in the drought-plagued West, AI...

Intel, Penn Medicine Launch Federated Learning Model For Brain Tumors

By Allison Proffitt, Editorial Director, AI Trends The University of Pennsylvania and Intel have built a federation of 30...

Marty the Robot Rolls out AI in the Supermarket

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  When six-foot-four inch Marty first rolled into Stop & Shop, the robot...