Topic: artificial intelligence
Chipmaker Intel focuses on virus help as well as new tech to protect against future crises
Tech companies unable to generate cash will likely be out of business, clearing the market, says Siebel systems founder
Technology efforts being made on a number of fronts to battle COVID-19 highlight the news for the week of March 30.
Dutch companies invite hospitals to use AI tool on X-rays instead of CT scans
John Deere is using AI with its farm machinery to help farmers improve crop yield and maintain better field quality.
Stevens Institute of Technology researchers have developed an AI-powered, smart insole that turns any shoe into a portable gait-analysis lab.
The U.S. government passed emergency measures to fund coronavirus treatment efforts and aid those affected by the exploding coronavirus.
University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers have invented an AI-based device that converts cough sounds into data to detect flu-like illnesses.
In the time of coronavirus, the move to at-home delivery of meals will put a premium on fast AI training
Video "experience" service by Revl doesn’t rely on an AI chip