Dozens of companies are developing AI technologies that allow machines to learn like humans do. IBM’s Watson ingested about 2,000 TED Talks and can now take any hard questions you might have. Human-computer interactions are becoming increasingly seamless, augmenting our knowledge and problem solving abilities.
FDA approves AI-powered diagnostic that doesn’t need a doctor’s help
Marking a new era of “diagnosis by software,” the US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday gave permission to a company called IDx to market an AI-powered diagnostic device for ophthalmology.
A New Border Security App Uses AI To Flag Suspicious People In Seconds
Amid concerns about predictive policing, Unisys says its system should expedite screening of cargo and people and reduce unnecessary inspections.
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