Tag: AI

Disability rights advocates are worried about discrimination in AI hiring tools

Making hiring technology accessible means ensuring both that a candidate can use the technology and that the skills it measures don’t unfairly exclude candidates with...

India can bite into the global AI pie: ETILC members

The ETILC Technology subcommittee convened on 29th June 2021 to examine the current AI, ML & NLP landscape along with the prospect of expanding and...

We tested AI interview tools. Here’s what we found.

After more than a year of the covid-19 pandemic, millions of people are searching for employment in the United States. AI-powered interview software claims to...

Inside the fight to reclaim AI from Big Tech’s control

Among the world’s richest and most powerful companies, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple have made AI core parts of their business. Advances over the...

AI Could Sharply Reduce Mammography Workload

Using artificial intelligence (AI) in breast cancer screening could reduce the workload of radiologists by 70% without reducing cancer detection, according to a study published...

The coming productivity boom | MIT Technology Review

The last 15 years have been tough times for many Americans, but there are now encouraging signs of a turnaround. Productivity growth, a key driver...

Nandan Nilekani: India well-placed to apply AI to solve challenges, tap into opportunities: Nandan Nilekani

Aadhaar architect Nandan Nilekani on Friday India is well-placed on the government and businesses fronts to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) in unique ways to solve...

‘Smart Toilet’ With AI Scans Stool for Blood, Consistency

A ‘smart toilet’ in development uses artificial intelligence (AI) to scan stool for consistency and presence of blood — and early evidence suggests it is...

FDA Approves First AI Device to Detect Colon Lesions

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday announced its first-ever approval of an artificial intelligence device to help find colon lesions during colonoscopy....

Shankar Sharma: Can you trust AI with your money? Shankar Sharma & Devina Mehra answer

Shankar Sharma & Devina Mehra, Co-founders, First Global, talk about the future of investing. In your latest note you have talked about how India was...

Niramai Health Analytix receives CE Mark approval, to expand to Europe

Bengaluru-based Niramai Health Analytix, which offers an artificial intelligence (AI)-based breast cancer screening test, said it has received the CE Mark approval, which will allow...

RA Experts Highlight Key Developments Over the Past Year

A massive Swedish cohort study suggesting that biologic agents reduce the known excess risk of lymphoma in patients with rheumatoid arthritis was hailed as one...

What is an “algorithm”? It depends whom you ask

Similarly, New York City is considering Int 1894, a law that would introduce mandatory audits of “automated employment decision tools,” defined as “any system whose...

AI armed with multiple senses could gain more flexible intelligence

In late 2012, AI scientists first figured out how to get neural networks to “see.” They proved that software designed to loosely mimic the human...

Top 10 Technology Hazards: Pandemic Plays Key Role

The pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges for patient care — difficulties faced each day by clinicians, clinical engineers, IT specialists, supply chain managers, and other...

Google brings de facto incognito mode to Assistant

Google has announced a new privacy-focused feature for its Assistant products called Guest Mode. The new mode, which can be activated with a simple voice...

From PBX to Bixby, How Samsung Research Evolved in India Over 25 Years

Samsung is a well-known name in India, but not many know that it has also been running research and development operations in the country. The...

Google told its scientists to ‘strike a positive tone’ in AI research: Document

Alphabet Inc’s Google this year moved to tighten control over its scientists’ papers by launching a “sensitive topics” review, and in at least three cases...

Mitotic Rate Makes Comeback as Melanoma Prognosticator

Mitotic rate, properly applied, has a prognostic impact in melanoma comparable to that of lesional ulceration, Mohammed Kashani-Sabet, MD, reported at a virtual forum on...

Facebook using artificial intelligence to prioritise reported content

NEW DELHI: Facebook on Tuesday said it has stepped up the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to ” prioritise reported content“, a move that will...

NITI Aayog wants dedicated oversight body for use of artificial intelligence

NITI Aayog has proposed setting up of an oversight body to set up standards, guidelines and benchmarks for use of artificial intelligence across sectors, which...

Useful Wet AMD Images Obtained With Home OCT

Patients can use an optical coherence tomography (OCT) device at home to accurately identify retinal fluid caused by neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD), researchers say....

Biometric Changes on Fitness Trackers Detect COVID-19

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. A smartphone app that combines passively collected physiologic data from wearable...

Apple Acquires Vilynx, a Self-Learning AI Video Firm That Can Help Improve Its Apps

Apple acquired a startup specialising in advanced artificial intelligence and computer vision technology that may help the iPhone maker improve its own AI across a number...

Online Gamers to Help Build a More Stable Covid-19 Vaccine

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Quickly vaccinating billions of people around the globe against Covid-19 is...