Computers have become adept at extracting patterns from very large collections of data. For example, shopping transactions can reveal consumers' preferences and message traffic on social networks can reveal political trends.
How to understand the history of artificial intelligence in the popular press in five easy steps - 1. This technology is amazing! 2. We thought it was amazing, but it's actually terrible! We've moved on to something else. 5. Repeat. I've seen this for data mining, big data, machine learning and deep learning. What's the next AI technology that will be run through the cycle?
During COVID-19, artificial intelligence (AI) has been used to enhance diagnostic efforts, deliver medical supplies and even assess risk factors from blood tests. Now, artificial intelligence is being used to forecast future COVID-19 cases. Texas A&M University researchers, led by Dr. Ali Mostafavi, have developed a powerful deep-learning computational model that uses artificial intelligence and existing big data related to population activities and mobility to help predict the future spread of COVID-19 cases at a county level. The researchers published their results in IEEE Access. The spread of pandemics is influenced by complex relationships related to features including mobility, population activities and sociodemographic characteristics. However, typical mathematical epidemiological models only account for a small subset of relevant features.
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By combining physics-based simulations, data mining, statistical modelling and machine learning techniques, predictive engineering analytics can analyse patterns in the data to construct models of how the systems you gathered the data from work. IoT and sensors are already transforming products and mining the stream of information from products will be critical for maintaining products and designing their replacements. For many industries, the products they create are no longer purely mechanical; they're complex devices combining mechanical and electrical controls. That means engineering different systems, and the ways they interface with each other, and with the outside world. At one level you're coping with electromechanical controls, at another, you're creating a design that covers the cooling requirements for the electronics.