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COVID-19 & Artificial Intelligence

COVID-19 & Artificial Intelligence

RHIT students, professor work on improving saliva-based COVID-19 test | News

Terre Haute Tribune Star A Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology professor and three students are applying elements of machine learning, artificial intelligence and computational modeling to examine ways nanomaterials could improve the accuracy and response time of a promising saliva-based COVID-19 screening procedure created by Connecticut-based scientists. If successful, 12-15 Molecular...

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The Future of Customer Service Beyond the COVID-19

AiThority Businesses are recognizing the need to leverage conversational AI to provide satisfactory customer service experience. In 1956, the term artificial intelligence (AI) was first coined and used to solve mathematical problems. In the early 2000s, the advancements in AI were exponential, and today, it has application in almost every...

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AI in cyber security beyond Covid-19

Information Age Matt Aldridge, principal solutions architect at Webroot, an OpenText company, discusses going from adoption to understanding AI in cyber security beyond Covid-19 Organisations are not fully aware of the security capabilities that AI and ML have. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, cyber attackers have taken advantage of uncertainty to...

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AI and Machine Learning Technologies in COVID-19 Contactless Economy

AiThority Echoing the voice of all tech innovators and government agencies, global leaders at Taiwan have pitched AI ML solutions for COVID-19 and the contactless economy. Today, our lives are controlled by promising innovations to drive the contactless economy. The global economy has slowed down and shrunk significantly in the...

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AIDP and Andy Khawaja Conduct New Pandemic Research for AI Technology

Odessa American BEIJING--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Artificial Intelligence Defense Platform, a technology start-up creating AI technology for a safer, more comfortable future, and its Founder Andy Khawaja have created a new department within AIDP that is dedicated to pandemic research to see how AI technology can be most useful in future pandemics. In...

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Songbirds didn’t have to shout during the ‘anthropause’ Hello Nature readers, would you like to get this Briefing in your inbox free every day? Sign up here Protesters call for an end to COVID-19-based restrictions in Sacramento, California.Credit: Stanton Sharpe/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Several ongoing coronavirus-vaccine trials — from Moderna, Pfizer and the University of Oxford–AstraZeneca — could announce...

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Sioux Falls Preps for Second COVID-19 Wave with AI Platform

GovTech Sioux Falls, S.D., has successfully tamped down an outbreak of the novel coronavirus this summer, but in preparing for a possible second wave this fall has deployed a new cloud-based artificial intelligence platform to better utilize data to keep on top of the spread of the virus.    The...

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DIU’s latest health project: AI-powered early coronavirus detection

FedScoop Written by Jackson Barnett Sep 24, 2020 | FEDSCOOP The military’s Silicon Valley innovation office is working on an artificial intelligence-enabled early warning system for detecting COVID-19 infections in military personnel. The project at the Defense Innovation Unit pulls biometric data from wearable devices, like smartwatches, that can detect slight physiological changes in...

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