Will jobs rapidly disappear under the onslaught of artificial intelligence (AI) - or will AI meet its match? Will governments find new ways to manipulate us, or will the AI boom simply backfire on them?
Share26TweetShareWhatsAppEmail26 SharesMakkah-based traffic monitoring and analysis startup Hazen.ai has raised seed funding from Saudi Aramco?s VC arm Wa?ed, Wa?ed said in a statement to MENAbytes. The exact size of investment was not disclosed but we have been told that it?s a seven-figure USD deal. Formally started in 2018 by Dr. Anas Basalamah, Dr. Saleh Basalamah, [?]
The lawtech movement is expanding rapidly across the legal sector, making legal processes faster and more efficient, reducing operating costs, and making legal services more accessible to those who need them.
Led by Alibaba, China's top 100 internet companies invested 153.87 billion yuan (US$21.85 billion) in research and development last year, up 45% year-on-year and accounting for 10% of their overall revenue.
As India?s healthcare sector grows and attracts investor attention, we take a look at five medtech startups that are harnessing technologies like AI and IoT to provide affordable and quality diagnostic solutions.
Quarterly reports highlight the activities of a company during any particular quarter. Amount of cash inflow and cash outflow for that period, available cash balance, and company?s outlook and estimated cash outflow during the next quarter are among the major aspects that are covered by companies under their quarterly reports. In this article, we would [?]
Alois ?AI? J. Hansen, 82 of Columbia, passed away on Aug. 10,2019 at the Rapid City Regional Hospice House surrounded by family. He was born on Nov. 2,1936 to Alois SR. and Germaine (Yelle) Hansen in Flint, Michigan. On Feb. 15,1958 he married the love of his life Sondra ?Sunny? MacAlpine. They were married for 61wonderful years and were blessed with 4 children: Ken, Kim, Keith and Kelly.For 41 years Al was chief engineer at GM/EDS/Saturn in Michigan and later in
Pulse+IT's weekly round-up of international health IT news for the week ending August 18: NHS spend post-WannaCry, AI accuracy in breast cancer, digital needs for GP capacity, info exchange hampers transitions of care, wearables for diabetes risk, app for GP consults, Imprivata and Microsoft IAM, AI standards needed, Allscripts settles Practice Fusion suit, customising Epic for opioid crisis NHS trust IT spend up more than £150m since WannaCryDigital Health News ~ Owen Hughes ~ 15/08/2019NHS trusts have upped their IT spending by at least £152 million since 2017?s WannaCry ransomware attack, according to figures obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. AI more accurate than docs in challenging breast cancer diagnosesHealth Data Management ~ Greg Slabodkin ~ 14/08/2019An artificial intelligence system has outperformed pathologists in differentiating atypia from ductal carcinoma in situ?considered to be the greatest challenge in breast cancer diagnosis.
The Insight Partners added, ?AI in Education Market - Global Trends, 2018 Analysis and 2025 Forecasts? report to its research database. The Report is spread across 150 Pages and Supported by 10 Company Leaders.