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AI Approved for Adults May Aid Interpretation of Pediatric Chest Images – Health IT Analytics


Artificial intelligence-based software approved to interpret adult chest … with Artificial Intelligence Use in Pediatric Care · Machine-Learning …

Can Computers Understand Complex Words and Concepts? – Neuroscience News


Artificial intelligence can understand complex words and concepts by … "It turns out that this machine learning system is much smarter than we …

How Machine Learning Can Help Fight Cancer


Machine learning improves the accuracy of detecting and predicting cancer susceptibility. But how do algorithms work?

Syapse Unveils Two New Studies on Use of Machine Learning on Real-World Data … – StreetInsider


Syapse Unveils Two New Studies on Use of Machine Learning on Real-World Data to Identify and Treat Cancer With Precision at ASCO 2022.

Emery Brown wins a share of 2022 Gruber Neuroscience Prize


David Orenstein | Picower Institute for Learning and Memory … physics, and machine learning to create theories, mathematical models, …

AI and Machine Learning in the Management of Liver Disease


Oral Abstract 74. Machine learning model outperforms noninvasive tests to detect fibrotic nonalcoholic steatohepatitis in patients with nonalcoholic …

Challenging Gram Negative Pathogens and Oral Carbapenems: MAD-ID Updates With …


… and so we’ll be [taking] a deep dive into the literature support. … The Role of Machine Learning in Evaluating Early and Cumulative …

Look behind the curtain: Don't be dazzled by claims of 'artificial intelligence'


We are presently living in an age of "artificial intelligence" -- but not how the companies selling "AI" would have you believe. According to Silicon Valley, machines are rapidly surpassing human performance on a variety of tasks from mundane, but well-defined and useful ones like automatic transcription to much vaguer skills like "reading comprehension" and "visual understanding." According to some, these skills even represent rapid progress toward "Artificial General Intelligence," or systems which are capable of learning new skills on their own. Given these grand and ultimately false claims, we need media coverage that holds tech companies to account. Far too often, what we get instead is breathless "gee whiz" reporting, even in venerable publications like The New York Times.

Widespread Brain Receptor Hides Surprising Mechanism of Action – Neuroscience News


Learning more about the glutamate receptors' specific activation states … molecular dynamics simulations and machine–learning analysis suggest …