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AI Could Help Care for Elderly

Artificial intelligence could play a key role in how the elderly are cared for in the future, reports the Guardian. 

Kellye Franklin recalls the devastation when her now 81-year-old father, a loyal air force veteran, tried to make his own breakfast one morning. 


Control How AI Creates Images

According to WRAL Tech, North Carolina State University has developed a way to control how AI creates images. 

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new state-of-the-art method for controlling how artificial intelligence (AI) systems create images. 


Artificial Intelligence Helps Classify Species

Artificial intelligence could help researchers classify newly discovered species, reports Science Magazine. With biodiversity in decline around the world, researchers are desperate to catalog all of Earth’s insects and other invertebrates, which represent 90% of the 9 million species yet to be named. To do so, scientists typically face long hours in the lab sorting through the specimens they collected. Read more...

AI Could Help with Covid Treatment

According to SciTechDaily, AI can help doctors determine the severity of Covid-19 cases in patients. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo is capable of assessing the severity of COVID-19 cases with a promising degree of accuracy.


AI Could Stop Bad Information

Artificial intelligence could help stop the spread of misinformation, reports MIT News. Disinformation campaigns are not new — think of wartime propaganda used to sway public opinion against an enemy. What is new, however, is the use of the internet and social media to spread these campaigns. Read more...

AI Could Cut Red Light Time

According to Motor Trend, artificial intelligence could help cut wait time at red lights and reduce emissions.

Who hasn't been stuck seething at an interminable red light with zero cross traffic? When this happened one time too many to Uriel Katz, he co-founded Israel-based, Palo Alto, California-headquartered tech startup NoTraffic in 2017.


AI Can Hinder Job Search

Artificial intelligence could be hampering many job seekers ability to find a job, reports Newsweek. 

Applying for jobs is hard work. We all know the drill—you polish your cover letter, spruce up an old resume and summon the courage to click send. After that, your career is in the hands of the hiring manager.


Using AI to Organize Video

According to SciTechDaily, there is a new company that uses artificial intelligence to help companies manage their video content. 

Netra, co-founded by Shashi Kant SM ’06, uses artificial intelligence to help companies sort and manage video content.


Sub Commanded by AI Debuts

The US Navy has commissioned a sub that can be commanded by artificial intelligence, reports the BBC. 

Around 260 miles away in Plymouth, another submarine made its debut that same day. A minnow compared to HMS Anson, this secretive nine-tonne craft may have greater implications for the future of the navy than the $1.3bn nuclear boat. 


Concerns Over AI in Medical Devices

As the use of artificial intelligence in medicine increases some are concerned about unintentional bias, reports Stanford News. 

Clinicians and surgeons are increasingly using medical devices based on artificial intelligence. These AI devices, which rely on data-driven algorithms to inform health care decisions, presently aid in diagnosing cancers, heart conditions and diseases of the eye, with many more applications on the way.


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