As the use of AI and ML continues to increase, see the impact they are having on medical decisions and national security’s ability to produce intelligence assessments. Also, as 2021 comes to a close, what does ML technology look like today and where is it headed in the future?
By Michael Ross and James Taylor, contributing writers for HBR.org
Your business’s use of AI is only going to increase, and that’s a good thing. Digitalization allows businesses to operate at an atomic level and make millions of decisions each day about a single customer, product, supplier, asset, or transaction. But these decisions cannot be made by humans working in a spreadsheet.
By Erin McNemar, contributing writer for Healthitanalytics.com
While artificial intelligence has become essential in advancing medical research, scientists have yet to work out all the technology’s flaws. A University of Texas at Arlington computer scientist has received a three-year, $385,000 grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to study how machine learning systems make decisions and what happens when they make wrong ones.
By Adam Patterson, contributing writer for Governmentciomedia.com
America’s national security organizations have begun applying AI to more quickly and effectively produce intelligence assessments.
By Shelby Hiter, contributing writer for Datamation.com
Machine learning (ML), a commonly used type of artificial intelligence (AI), is one of the fastest-growing fields in technology.
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