Disease diagnosis, drug discovery, robot delivery—artificial intelligence is already powering change in the pandemic’s wake. That’s only the beginning
Emergencies provide unique opportunities to try out advanced tools, it’s essential for health systems to ensure doctors are comfortable with them.
Machine-learning models trained on normal behavior are showing cracks —forcing humans to step in to set them straight.
Past two months have seen digitisation progression that would take two years generated by the demands of remote working and the need for accurate data
The hype is real, but the potential is not: Approach claims around AI and Covid-19 with skepticism.
Using multiple sources of data, machine-learning models would be trained to measure an individual’s clinical risk of suffering severe outcomes.
Researchers have created software that borrows concepts from Darwinian evolution, to build AI programs that improves without human input
The reinforcement learning algorithm tries to find a way that allows the robot to be as close to the original reference motion as possible.
Billionaire developer of software and AI is teaming up with top universities and companies to see if AI can help curb the current and future pandemics
By pitting neural networks against one another, Ian Goodfellow has created a powerful AI tool