Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Friday, August 14, 2020
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Paige, AI for Pathology Startup, Attracts New Funding

Medical applications for AI and machine learning have so far yielded mixed results. While proving useful in areas like medical imaging, where tools can help reduce confirmation bias, the ...Full Article

AI Trust Remains an Issue in the Life Sciences

The rise of AI – machine and deep learning – in life sciences has stirred the same excitement and skepticism as in other fields of scientific research. AI is ...Full Article

DARPA Stress Tests its Hardware-Centric Security Approach

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency launched a cyber security effort several years back designed to replace commonly used security patches for software applications with the ability to spot ...Full Article

COVID-19 HPC Consortium Expands to Europe, Reports on Research Projects

The COVID-19 HPC Consortium, a public-private effort delivering free access to HPC processing for scientists pursuing coronavirus research – some utilizing AI-based techniques – has expanded to more than ...Full Article

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps Attracting Hackers

As contact tracing ramps up for exposure to COVID-19, so too are concerns about data privacy and whether phony tracing apps will expand opportunities for attackers preying on citizens ...Full Article

COVID-19 Roundup: Neural Nets Track Readmissions; ML Predicts Spread; Analyzing Brands’ Foot Traffic – & More

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the globe, big data and AI have emerged as crucial tools for everything from diagnosis and epidemiology to therapeutic and vaccine development. Here, we ...Full Article

Nvidia Expands Healthcare Platform to Combat COVID

A new set of AI models released by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) in collaboration with Nvidia is designed to help clinicians detect and examine novel coronavirus ...Full Article

Public Health Experts: COVID Contact Tracing Takes a Community

Contact tracing, along with fast-turnaround testing and, where required, quarantining, are seen as the most effective ways of stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus. While digital contact tracing ...Full Article

COVID Prompts a Shift in AI Sentiment

COVID-19 has significantly shifted consumer sentiment towards automation technologies, including robot deliveries and AI-based chatbots used in telemedicine applications. However, a new AI sentiment report also finds the novel ...Full Article

IoT Deployments Appear Immune to Pandemic

Internet of Things connections driven by early industrial deployments and pandemic-driven telemedicine applications are projected to reach 83 billion by 2024, a 130 percent growth rate, as IoT platform ...Full Article
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