With all of the hype around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), businesses are feeling a lot of pressure to embrace and enthuse these technologies. That’s all well and good, business advisors say, but it puts the cart ahead of the horse.
Genome sequencing is medicine that moves at the speed of technology. The faster that computers can process genetic data, the faster scientists can develop gene therapy for diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s, and more. James Lowey, CIO at TGen, discusses how his team creates the supercomputers that are driving inspirational advances in medicine.
As more companies create voice-enabled bots to handle customer queries, they’re realizing the value in having virtual points of contact serve as a marketing extension of their brand.
Robots aren’t stealing jobs, but they are drastically changing what they look like.
Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to change the world by driving our cars, assessing our insurance claims and writing reports for us, but who is training the AI software to do all these things?
Despite the popular misconception that everyone ends up in a nursing home, more than half of 95 year-olds still live at home.