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Aussie Healthtech develops AI training approach using privacy by design
We know that the more data it has to train on, the more efficient and accurate machine learning algorithms can get. Presagen, a he
31 July 2020 by daniella-trai...
 
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Detecting COVID19 through speech signals
Researchers at MIT Lincoln Laboratory are finding success in detecting voice changes and quality in COVID19 patients even whe
30 July 2020 by daniella-trai...
 
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Getting creative with AI - creating nextgen music
When we compare ourselves to machines and maths, we humans see ourselves as the most creative and innovative.Is that about to chan
30 July 2020 by daniella-trai...
 
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Microsoft offers limited preview to Azure Quantum
Azure Quantum, Microsoft's partner-centric quantum computing platform for developers who want to get started with quantum computin
24 May 2020 by daniella-trai...
 
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Inspired by nature to reduce food spoilage
The WEF acknowleged that finding solutions to provide nutritious food to nearly 10 billion people by 2050 without destroying the planet is one of the greatest leadership opportunities of our generation. And yet almost half the world's food ends up in landfill every year. This US-based company (founded from a Gates Foundation grant) has found a way to reduce food spoilage, inspired by nature's strategy for preservation. https://blog.apeelsciences.com/learn-more-about-apeel-in-the-new-documentary-power-trip-the-story-of-energy Image by hellotimothytyndale from Pixabay
24 May 2020 by daniella-trai...
 
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How COVID19 confused our algorithms
Our online behaviour in this pandemic has confused AI machine learning (ML) systems according to a new MIT report. In one example, an organisation that uses ML to detect credit card fraud had to tweak their algorithm to account for a huge spike in interest in gardening equipment & power tools.Also large swings in consumer behaviour (toilet paper one week to gym equipment the next!) exposed the brittle nature of AI algorithms and the need for human intervention.https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/05/11/1001563/covid-pandemic-broken-ai-machine-learning-amazon-retail-fraud-humans-in-the-loop Image by Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay
24 May 2020 by daniella-trai...
 
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