Post Image

Healthcare’s ai market to hit $6.6 bn by 2021


A new Accenture report, which looked at investments, revenue growth and acquisitions in the AI space, predicts that the healthcare AI market will reach $6.6 billion by 2021 from just $600 million in 2014.Key trends·       The rapid growth is driven by factors like move to population health, and greater acceptance of machines in healthcare delivery by consumers, driven by experiences in other s...

Read More
Post Image

Deep image reconstruction – visualizing human thought using ai


Machine learning has previously been used to study brain scans (MRIs) and generate visualizations of human thought in case of simple geographic shapes or binary images. Past methods to reconstruct an image seen by a person have assumed that an image consists of pixels or simple shapes. But it is known that our brain processes visual information hierarchically extracting different levels of feat...

Read More
Post Image

An attempt to overcome the challenge of measuring progress in ai


The AI IndexPredicting when new developments in AI will take place has been famously difficult, but The AI Index from Stanford is an attempt to measure this, on some parameters at least.The Approach – Measuring Hype or Actual Progress?The AI Index tries to aggregate data across several ‘volume of activity’ metrics, like VC investments, academic conference attendance, papers published, etc. It a...

Read More
Post Image

The big 10 tech companies betting on ai


Artificial intelligence is the future of big tech — and is already an integral part of the consumer and enterprise products at Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Google.CB Insights used their data to analyze the AI efforts of the top 10 tech companies in the US by market cap (as of 8/15/2017) and their corporate venture arms. Combined, these companies have invested in 80 artificial intelligence st...

Read More
Post Image

Using ai to predict outcomes of complex organic chemistry reactions


By thinking of atoms as letters and molecules as words, artificial intelligence software from IBM is now employing the same methods computers use to translate languages to predict outcomes of organic chemical reactions, which could speed the development of new drugs.Researchers at IBM took the kind of AI program normally used to translate languages and applied it toward organic chemistry. "Inst...

Read More
Sign up to keep updated

Sign up to get the Welcome.AI newsletter to keep updated on all the latest products. Star , Add and comment on products and be a part of the AI community.

Sign in with LinkedIn Sign up
Strategy

General News

Keep updated on all things AI

Sign up to be able to Star, save and post new products and services.

Sign up