While healthcare companies don’t seem to be publicizing their efforts into AI for R&D efforts this article details the current AI initiatives at 3 of the largest in the world. Such initiatives include, optimization of numerous processes within their business, claims management, reimbursement, and data management.
See the current AI projects and initiatives happening at Visa, including Detecting Credit and Debit Card Fraud, Visa ID Intelligence – AI Consulting Services, and Finance and Travel Chatbots.
See how Mount Sinai is developing large-scale image data in neuropathology for building and evaluating deep learning algorithms to diagnose diseases.
Take a look at how governments and enterprises are developing an ethical framework to ensure that AI continues to lead to the best decisions, without unintended consequences or misuse of data and analytics.
Take a look at how AI is revolutionizing the future for the following industries: Agriculture, Photography and Design, Healthcare, and Construction and City Planning.
Google launches AI Platform to offer developers and data scientists an end-to-end service for building, testing and deploying their own models.
See how AI software is finding its way into medical robotics and how it’s being used by the healthcare industry.
Check out what is in store for data science in 2019. This article isn’t about new fads and concepts, but rather, dark horses – the trends that no one has thought about but will completely disrupt the working IT environment (for both good and bad – depends upon which side of the disruption you are on), in a significant manner.
See how one of the worlds biggest fragrance makers incorporated AI to suggest new formulations for particular markets. The technology gives them a head start on creating something novel, yet took nearly two years — and it required investments that still will take a while to recoup.
Check out a project that is part of a widespread effort to build and deploy systems that can automatically detect signs of illness and disease in medical scans. In India, AI is being tested to detect the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, where nearly 70 million people are diabetic and at risk of blindness.