The Basics of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved into one of the most advanced technologies that can be used in different industries for different things. A decade ago, when enthusiasts first talked about the potential of this technology, many laughed it off as just another fantasy and dreams that would never succeed. As we speak today, countries are trying their best to be the leaders in this area. It is the hottest buzzword in business circles and among governments as it is quickly proving to be a critical lynchpin of the digital transformation and automation that many players are seeking to take advantage of to reduce the cost of doing business and increase effectiveness.


Training AI to Detect Covid

Medical researchers are using machine learning to develop an app that can find asymptomatic Covid patients via their cough, reports Medical Xpress. 

Asymptomatic people who are infected with COVID-19 exhibit, by definition, no discernible physical symptoms of the disease. They are thus less likely to seek out testing for the virus, and could unknowingly spread the infection to others. 


Artificial Intelligence to Help Clean Up Regulations

The government will use artificial intelligence to find and remove outdated or obsolete  government regulations, reports the St. Louis Post Dispatch.

The White House Office of Management and Budget said Friday that federal agencies will use artificial intelligence to eliminate outdated, obsolete, and inconsistent requirements across tens of thousands of pages of government regulations.


Themes In AI From Around The World

The global race to produce AI has caused some interesting developments in countries around the world. The world’s nations are certainly onboard with the rise of AI. As such, the international community has moved to embrace and employ AI. Major nations around the world have invested in research and development to advance AI.


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