Submit your case to an Amnesty International judge

In a 2013 legal case in the United States, a man named Paul Zilly was convicted of stealing a lawn mower. Initially, he agreed to a plea bargain with a year in prison and a subsequent supervision order. But an early AI tool rated it as a high risk of abuse, and the sentence was … Read more

Using AI during colonoscopy increases polyp detection rates and reduces costs

An appendix is ​​a small growth in colon tissue that can develop into colorectal cancer. Patients with polyps have a higher risk of developing cancer in the future. The use of artificial intelligence (AI) during colonoscopy, and endoscopic camera examination, could be useful for detecting precancerous polyps, says Yoichi Mori, MD, associate professor of the … Read more

AI-guided tools precisely identify immune cell driver and protective genetic factor for esophageal cancer

Esophageal adenoma (EAC) is a type of cancer that affects the mucous glands of the lower esophagus -; The tube that connects the throat to the stomach. It is the most common form of esophageal cancer and is often preceded by Barrett’s metaplasia (BE), which is a harmful change in the cells lining the esophagus. … Read more

The United States is working on artificial intelligence to predict Ukraine’s needs for ammunition and weapons

Frankfurt, Germany-In a large office building amid tight grass, the International Donor Coordination Center, or IDCC, one of the US military’s top data minds is developing machine learning algorithms to predict, rather than simply respond to, Ukraine’s needs for ammunition and repair. But the old problem persists, according to the Defense Department’s Inspector General: The … Read more

The Economists’ View of Artificial Intelligence: Beyond the Power of Cheaper Prediction

Artificial intelligence takes on predictive power; Humans retain control. GT There has been no lack of interest in the capabilities of AI, along with related concerns about bias, data validity, costs, and employee resistance. But we may be missing the most important point when it comes to the ultimate impact of AI, argues one prominent … Read more

Inside USC’s work using Twitter to make AI less homophobic

Artificial intelligence is now a part of every day in our digital lives. We’ve all had the experience of searching for answers on a website or app and finding ourselves interacting with a chatbot. At best, a bot can help direct us to what we seek; At worst, we are usually directed to unhelpful information. … Read more

The National Institutes of Health’s Bridge2AI program aims to expand the use of artificial intelligence by the biomedical and behavioral research communities

The National Institutes of Health will invest $130 million over four years, pending the availability of funds, to accelerate the widespread use of artificial intelligence (AI) by the biomedical and behavioral research communities. The Bridge to Artificial Intelligence (Bridge2AI) program of the Joint Fund of the National Institutes of Health brings together team members from … Read more

AI drug discovery: leads to new drugs

For biotech companies, much of the traditional process of discovering new drugs is an expensive guesswork. But a new wave of drug development platforms, enabled by artificial intelligence, is helping companies use massive data sets to quickly identify indicators of patient response and develop viable drug targets at lower cost and greater efficiency. Results could … Read more