Strategic AI shapes economy, policy

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According to an annual AI index released this week by Stanford University’s Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, AI is gradually reshaping segments of the global economy in sectors like bioscience and healthcare. Those investments have caught the attention of policy makers. The index notes growing congressional attention to AI technology as a strategic asset. To that end, U.S. lawmakers concerned about China’s expanding AI strategy this week proposed the creation of an interagency office to coordinate AI and other technology research.

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Intel’s AI is helping NFL hopefuls to reach their full potential

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EXOS is piloting the use of Intel’s 3D Athlete Tracking (3DAT) technology to help the next generation of professional footballers reach their full potential. This year’s hopefuls risk feeling unprepared after coming off such a disruptive year and will need all the help they can get to achieve their goals. 3DAT is a computer vision […]

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C3 AI launching a technology licensing office after getting broad AI software Patent

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Enterprise AI software platform vendor C3 AI will begin licensing its model-driven architecture and other technologies later this year after receiving a broad, new “omnibus” U.S. patent for its flagship product, the C3 AI Suite.

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Deloitte’s upcoming Center for AI Computing aims to help customers grow AI use

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With AI use continuing to grow in adoption throughout enterprise IT, Deloitte is creating a new Deloitte Center for AI Computing to advise its customers, explain the technology and help them use it in their ongoing business and growth plans. Designed to provide a cloud-accessible accelerated platform that Deloitte clients can […]

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Truvian raises $105 million to commercialize its automated blood-testing platform

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San Diego, California-based Truvian, a startup developing blood-testing technology that leans heavily on automation, today announced the close of an over $105 million oversubscribed series C round led by TYH Ventures, 7wireVentures’ Glen Tullman, and Wittington Ventures. Truvian says the funds will advance development of its benchtop blood testing system and enable the company to grow its product development team.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) for disease diagnosis

Disease Diagnosis

Health is undoubtedly the most important factor in life. In 2019, 58.39 million people died and 2020 is projected to claim 59.23 million lives. The top three causes of global death rates are cardiovascular, respiratory, and neonatal disorders. Despite all scientific research and development, diseases are still a major threat to existence. As AI is transforming almost all the aspects of our lives, researchers felt the dire need to incorporate artificial intelligence in combating the disease.

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Sunlight’s AI Hypervisor gains Nvidia GPU support to boost Edge deployments

Edge Computing

Sunlight, the U.K.-based specialist in virtualizing data-intensive applications, announced Nvidia GPU support for its “lightweight” hypervisor designed to boost the performance of edge AI deployments. GPU support for its NexVisor platform would…

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The product-Market fit of AI technologies

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A strategy is a roadmap for organisations to hone them to their respective objectives. From marketing strategies to product roadmap strategies, success is cemented on how such plans are executed. Along the way, a lot has to be negotiated and metrics traded off against one another that will either provide a tactical remedy or a strategic panacea. While it is the team that works towards such a role, the vision of the leadership ought to encompass and adapt to the various weathers of corporate ups and downs. This whole process…

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The AI/ ML FDA Plan

FDA TPLC Approach AI/ML Workflow

In case you are not familiar with it, the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) is a federal agency of the Department of Health and Human Services. that is responsible for the control and supervision of food safety, drugs, vaccines, medical devices, and the likes. In recent times the FDA has been thinking about how to regulate medical devices that are driven or based on AI as a result of several recent efforts, they published their “Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)-Based Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) Action Plan” in January 2021.

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Humana Insurance and IBM Watson are building a Virtual Assistant for navigating Healthcare

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Health insurance giant Humana is launching a chatbot powered by IBM Watson’s conversational AI to give personalized assistance to people with health and dental insurance provided by their employer. Humana using the IBM Watson Assistant for Health Benefits marks a major milestone in the growing healthcare AI market, which has accelerated in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting demand on the healthcare industry and its ancillaries.

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AI Tool emerges to accelerate COVID-19 Vaccines that battle new virus mutations

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A growing list of global COVID-19 variants is prompting disease researchers to employ AI models trained using bioinformatics data to speed up vaccine development in the critical search to find improved vaccines that can effectively fight the virus mutations.

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Nuance acquires Medical Voice Assistant Startup Saykara

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Nuance announced that it had acquired healthcare artificial intelligence startup Saykara for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition will bring the tech underlying Saykara’s voice assistant for doctors to Nuance’s conversational AI fro medical professionals, specifically the ambient clinical intelligence (ACI) designed to reduce doctor burnout.

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Securing Healthcare AI with confidential computing

The application of artificial intelligence (AI) within healthcare and the life sciences represents one of the most exciting and valuable areas of scientific research. In this blog, we consider how AI can be adopted by healthcare organizations while ensuring compliance with the data privacy laws governing the use of protected healthcare information (PHI) sourced from multiple jurisdictions.

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Use cases for Data Science & Artificial Intelligence(AI) in HealthCare

In this article, we will be discussing, how data science and AI can be implemented in the healthcare industry, How data science & AI is changing the healthcare industry? Any business that is making business decisions based on facts, rather than based on gut feelings, opinions, and emotions, is a data–driven company. In a data-driven organization, data is considered as first-class citizens.

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Community Health Network prescribes AI to combat COVID-19

AI is about to play a much larger role in identifying individuals who are at risk for contracting COVID-19 in Indiana. Community Health Network (CHN), an accountable care organization (ACO), revealed today that it is beginning to employ an AI platform from Jvion to analyze members’ electronic health care records that are stored in a platform from Epic Systems.

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How enterprise AI use will grow in 2021: Predictions from our AI experts

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Among IT executives, leaders, experts and supporters in the field of AI, the opinions and insights vary widely. In this AI 2021 predictions roundup for EnterpriseAI readers, we have gathered the thoughts and comments from a sampling of our experts who shared their thoughts with us on the AI marketplace and coming innovations over the next year. Their conversations are intriguing.

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AI Virtualization and Orchestration Startup Run: AI Captures $30M in Series B Funding

AI Stack of the Future

Upstart AI vendor Run:AI dove into AI by creating Kubernetes-based software to help customers get more production out of their existing AI infrastructure investments. Run:AI’s software is an orchestration and virtualization layer that pools together compute resources so they can be instantly allocated on demand as needed.

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U.S. leads world in AI, but here comes China

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The United States is maintaining its early lead over China and the European Union in development and application of artificial intelligence technology, according to a new report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF). But while the Americans’ lead is still substantial today, China is poised to close the gap, while the EU is largely failing to keep up, the report found.

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Nvidia unveils Certified Server Program offering Pre-Built Servers for AI applications

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Nvidia today launched a certified systems program in which participating vendors can offer Nvidia-certified servers with up to eight A100 GPUs. Separate support contracts directly from Nvidia for the certified systems are also available. Besides the obvious marketing motives, Nvidia says the pre-tested systems and contract support should boost confidence and ease deployment for those taking the AI plunge. Nvidia-certified systems would be able to run Nvidia’s NGC catalog of AI workflows and tools.

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Moving beyond the self-reported scale: Objectively measuring chronic pain with AI

Pain is something we will all experience at some point, with some people suffering from it chronically. Still, measuring and treating pain remains one of the most difficult and complex healthcare issues. Together with Boston Scientific, a leading medical device technology company, we are aiming to change the way we measure pain.

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