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October 4, 2021
Intelligent Automation (IA) is more than a way to revolutionize business and save money — it also has the potential to save lives by the millions and increase healthy life expectancy. Intelligent automation can be applied to medical diagnosis and research to prevent unnecessary deaths. In addition, it provides more equitable access to healthcare worldwide. It also can be used in transport to augment the abilities of human drivers, preventing deaths and injuries from traffic accidents.
Governments are hungry to deploy big data in health emergencies. Scientists must help to lay the legal, ethical and logistical groundwork.
Sarcos says $260 million SPAC merger will allow it bring its wearable robotic suits to market by end of 2022.
To build the right ModelOps pipeline — one that can adapt to future needs — organizations must plan for shifting priorities and make insightful decisions that will stand the test of time.
To be “AI-ready,” you need to have a high-value decision to be augmented and articulate how decisions and learning are achieved today so that the required data can be identified and analytic approaches architected.
NYU researchers developed an artificial intelligence tool to improve the accuracy of breast cancer imaging.
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