Month: November 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has fast-tracked use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in healthcare, with AI-powered clinical surveillance systems playing a critical role in diagnosing and tracking the...

W. Andre Perkins. (Photo courtesy of W. Andre Perkins) Growing up outside a town in Wisconsin, out in the woods with dial-up internet and his parents, sister, cats, horses,...

By J. William Middendorf J. William Middendorf, who lives in Little Compton, served as Secretary of the Navy during the Ford administration. His recent book is “The Great Nightfall:...

All domains are going to be turned upside down by machine learning (ML). This is the consistent story that we keep hearing over the past few years. Except for...

ENGLAND – 1958: English Electric developed several notable pioneering computers during the 1950s. … The DEUCE: Digital Electronic Universal Computing Engine, was the first commercially produced digital model...

It’s hard to believe, but a year in which the unprecedented seemed to happen every day is just weeks from being over. In AI circles, the end of the...

The BBC is launching a new audio tool that uses artificial intelligence to read articles from its website aloud with a voice that speaks in a friendly, easy to...

When it comes to the construction industry machine learning means many things. However, at its core, it all comes back to one thing: data. #*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# The more data...

The Defense Department, Army and Howard University linked up to collectively push forward artificial intelligence and machine learning-rooted research, technologies and applications through a recently unveiled center of excellence. ...

Today predictions of the next several days’ weather can be remarkably accurate, thanks to decades of development of equations that closely capture atmospheric processes. However, they are not perfect....