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In recent years, AI has emerged as a critical technology revolutionizing healthcare. Strides in Deep Learning, Computer Vision, and Natural Language Processing, along with exponentially large datasets and hardware innovation, have propelled healthcare into a new era. While AI does not replace the human component of care, it is now able to assist and sometimes outperform healthcare practitioners in critical areas. In this article, you will learn about applications of AI in clinical pathology, medical diagnostics, therapeutic development, infectious disease surveillance, and patient management that expand medical knowledge and improve outcomes for millions of people.

AI Accelerates COVID-19 Intelligence and Therapeutic Development

In April 2019, the White…

Dr. Valérie Morignat. CEO et fondatrice de la société Intelligent Story, (San Francisco). Maître de Conférences en Cinéma et Arts Numériques en disponibilité de l’Université Montpellier III. Experte certifiée par le MIT en Stratégie de l’IA et Machine Learning. Co-fondatrice de la revue AI & Ethics (Springer).

L’Intelligence Artificielle serait la technologie du salut par excellence, soulageant l’humanité de ses maux par la vertu des algorithmes. Pourtant, si elle inonde le monde d’une lumière nouvelle, l’IA en projette également les ombres. Sous couvert d’objectivité et de neutralité mathématiques, les prédictions algorithmiques sont parfois biaisées et renforcent les inégalités. En dépit…

“Shall we not, like archers who have a mark to aim at, be more likely to hit upon what is right?” — Aristotle, The Nicomachean Ethics.

AI is often depicted as the supreme salvation technology. It would relieve humanity from all wrongs by the virtues of algorithms. While it bathes the world with a new light, AI also casts its shadows. Under the guise of mathematical objectivity and neutrality, algorithmic predictions can be biased and reinforce existing prejudice. Despite indisputable advances, particularly in sectors like Healthcare, AI inherits our worst traits. …

AI Is The New Black, But It’s Not A New Technology

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2019 will be remembered as the 500th anniversary of the passing of the inventor of the first self-driving car: Leonardo Da Vinci. When the Renaissance master designed the blueprint of a self-propelled cart in 1478, little did he know that the device would be regarded in the future as the ancestor of AI-powered autonomous vehicles. Like scientists, philosophers, authors, and artists before him, Leonardo participated in the very ancient quest for AI. A quest that spans centuries and continents and finds common ancestors to the modern fields of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence.

AI is the new Black, but it’s not a new Technology

Not only has AI been around as a…

Everything You Should Know about Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence has ushered in a Renaissance era in every industry. In 2019, AI technology detects cancer faster and more accurately than doctors, predicts legal outcomes, writes content, trades stocks, tracks poachers, detects fake news, discovers exoplanets, translates ancient languages, and even gives life to the Mona Lisa. Every sector will be radically transformed by AI technologies, therefore impacting the lives of billions of people in the very near future. The AI transformation will result in an unparalleled upside for early-adopters, provided they discriminate the hype from real AI capabilities and manage its legal and ethical risks.

Although AI is…

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