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Future Artificial Intelligence Reinforcement Learning

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Let me share my journey as Global Future Skills & Computer Science – Artificial Intelligence Expert. We have Served 7000 Students and 500 Teachers and 5000 Other students, I have done Global Future Skills Implementation and Future Skills Research for last 15 Years. I am Lifelong Lerner of Future Skills, Future Technologies. I have Spent 75000 USD on 1. Digital Skills 2. Future Skills 3. Freedom and Transformation Skills 4.Technologies Skills 5.Soft Skills and I have done 500 global digital and future skills trainings.


Artificial Intelligence Course

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The short answer to What is Artificial Intelligence is that it depends on who you ask. A layman with a fleeting understanding of technology would link it to robots. They'd say Artificial Intelligence is a terminator like-figure that can act and think on its own. An AI researcher would say that it's a set of algorithms that can produce results without having to be explicitly instructed to do so. And they would all be right. AI courses at Great Learning provide you with an overview of the current implementation scenario in various industries. With an in-depth introduction to artificial intelligence, you can easily master the basics for a better future in the course.




Introducing Artificial Intelligence Training in Medical Education

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Global health care expenditure has been projected to grow from US $7.7 trillion in 2017 to US $10 trillion in 2022 at a rate of 5.4% [1]. This translates into health care being an average of 9% of gross domestic product among developed countries [2,3]. Some key global trends that have led to this include tax reform and policy changes in the United States that could impact the expansion of health care access and affordability (Affordable Care Act) [4], implications on the United Kingdom's health care spend based on the decision to leave the European Union [5], population growth and rise in wealth in both China and India [6-8], implementation of socioeconomic policy reform for health care in Russia [9], attempts to make universal health care effective in Argentina [10], massive push for electronic health and telemedicine in Africa [11], and the impact of an unprecedented pace of population aging around the world [12]. From clinicians' perspective there are many important trends that are affecting the way they deliver care of which the growth in medical information is alarming. It took 50 years for medical information to double in 1950. In 1980, it took 7 years. In 2010, it was 3.5 years and is now projected to double in 73 days by 2020 [13].