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AI in medical device development
HealthcareArtificial IntelligenceContributorsFeatured

The medical device remains a crucial component in improving the quality of life. Key players in the medical technology arena are going on the AI track to invent cutting-edge devices with high precision and automation. Expectations are high as the future of healthcare delivery is poised for steady growth with

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Artificial general intelligence (AGI)
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In the search for artificial general intelligence (AGI), today’s crop of AI applications shows very little aptitude in many things that any three-year-old can grasp – understanding cause and effect, gravity and spatial relationships, and the passage of time. In large part, this may be due to the fact that

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Future trends in healthcare technology
HealthcareArtificial IntelligenceContributorsFeaturedMachine Learning

Technology is a driving force behind many healthcare advances, just like science, and in 2020 many technological developments helped the industry continue delivering care to their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. One silver lining of the pandemic was some expedited advancements in areas of growth in healthcare technology, especially with

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AI asset management
Artificial IntelligenceContributorsFeaturedFinance

Technologies like machine learning and AI are changing the way that we do many things, including asset management, investing, trading, and managing money. Fintech solutions have been gaining popularity and challenging many key aspects of our financial landscape in the digital age.  Commission-free transactions and unlimited access make well-known stock

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Real-time data
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Real-time data is immediately passed along for analysis rather than collected and stored. Some such systems offer on-demand real-time analytics. In those cases, the platform does not send data until a person requests it. It’s immediately available once they do.  Other real-time data tools have continuous analytics capabilities. Then, the

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Automation jeopardizing our future
Artificial IntelligenceContributorsFeaturedMachine Learning

This article originally appeared on Hackernoon and is reproduced with permission. Earlier, widespread automation meant the introduction of service sector jobs or big stupid machines doing repetitive work in factories. That’s not the case a couple of decades down the line, is it? Now there is software that can land

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Machine learning vs artificial intelligence and the future of data science
Machine LearningArtificial IntelligenceContributorsData ScienceFeatured

When we imagine the future of AI, we may think of the fiction we see in cinema: highly advanced robots that can mimic humans so well as to be indistinguishable from them. It is true that the ability to quickly learn, process, and analyze information to make decisions is a

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Digital transformation in healthcare 2021
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Digital transformation is more than a mythical buzzword these days. Technological improvements have disrupted many industries, and innovation has transformed the way businesses execute their processes. The number of advances healthcare has made in recent years is mind-boggling, but they’re just getting started. Healthcare innovation has always centered around improving patient outcomes,

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3D bioprinting
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Medical scientists seeking new ways to regenerate complex biological systems from cells have led to the advent of a 21st-century tissue engineering technology called 3D bio-printing. Without question, research on 3D bioprinting is new, disruptive, and expanding too. By taking advantage of AI, 3D bio-printing technology can only get better.  

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Personalized experiences
Artificial IntelligenceContributorsFeaturedRetail & Consumer

Without a doubt, publishers are well-placed to harness the relationship with their audience – possessing the means to collect and build the strong first-party data sets required to deliver personalized experiences and power various revenue streams. But, as the industry moves further away from cookie-based targeting – and Google speaks

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