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    1. 5 Fintech Companies Using AI to Improve Business

      5 Fintech Companies Using AI to Improve Business

      5 Fintech Companies Using AI to Improve Business By Jun 12, 2017 4 Artificial intelligence may be all the craze in Silicon Valley, but on Wall Street, well, there’s a lot of skepticism. High-powered algorithms are not a new phenomenon in finance, and for this industry, the name of the game is efficiency and precision. Quite frankly, finance executives want systems that, in one way or another, make money. Because of this, new wild and flashy AI systems that just make something “smart” won’t fly.

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    2. New AI Mental Health Tools Beat Human Doctors at Assessing Patients

      New AI Mental Health Tools Beat Human Doctors at Assessing Patients

      New AI Mental Health Tools Beat Human Doctors at Assessing Patients By Dec 02, 2016 7,429 About 20 percent of youth in the United States live with a mental health condition, according to the National Institute of Mental Health . That’s the bad news. The good news is that mental health professionals have smarter tools than ever before, with artificial intelligence-related technology coming to the forefront to help diagnose patients, often with much greater accuracy than humans.

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    3. Battle of the Bots: How AI Is Taking Over the World of Cybersecurity

      Battle of the Bots: How AI Is Taking Over the World of Cybersecurity

      | Artificial Intelligence , Featured , Tech 680 1 Google has built machine learning systems that can create their own cryptographic algorithms — the latest success for AI’s use in cybersecurity. But what are the implications of our digital security increasingly being handed over to intelligent machines? Google Brain, the company’s California-based AI unit, managed the recent feat by pitting neural networks against each other.

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      Mentions: Darpa Google MIT
    4. Bridging the Mental Healthcare Gap With Artificial Intelligence

      Bridging the Mental Healthcare Gap With Artificial Intelligence

      | Exponential Medicine , Featured 2800 4 Artificial intelligence is learning to take on an increasing number of sophisticated tasks. Google Deepmind’s AI is now able to imitate human speech , and just this past August IBM’s Watson successfully diagnosed a rare case of leukemia . Rather than viewing these advances as threats to job security, we can look at them as opportunities for AI to fill in critical gaps in existing service providers, such as mental healthcare professionals.

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    5. Tomorrow’s Healthcare Is Here Today: Exponential Medicine Begins in San Diego

      Tomorrow’s Healthcare Is Here Today: Exponential Medicine Begins in San Diego

      | Exponential Medicine , Featured , Singularity University 1 0 Anyone who says fully digitized medicine is off on a 10-year horizon is wrong. The future of medicine and healthcare is here today. If you need proof, can you guess what Stanford University’s top gastroenterologist prescribed me the other week? A digital smart pill . This week the Singularity Hub team is on the ground at the Exponential Medicine Conference in San Diego's Hotel Del Coronado.

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    6. A Computer Can Now Translate Languages as Well as a Human

      A Computer Can Now Translate Languages as Well as a Human

      7950 4 Have you ever been in a situation where knowing another language would have come in handy? I remember standing on the platform at Tokyo Station watching my train to Nagano — the last train of the day — pulling away without me on it. What ensued was a frustrating hour of gestures, confused smiles, and head-shaking as I wandered the station looking for someone who spoke English (my Japanese is unfortunately nonexistent).

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    7. A Simple Blood Test Helps Cure Cancer by Catching It Early by A Simple Blood Test Helps Cure Cancer by Catching It Early | Technology and Longevity Feed

      A Simple Blood Test Helps Cure Cancer by Catching It Early by A Simple Blood Test Helps Cure Cancer by Catching It Early | Technology and Longevity Feed

      | Featured , Health , Medicine 0 0 Today, it’s an unfortunate reality, but most people have either lost a loved one to cancer or know of someone who has. Miroculus , a precision medicine startup, wants to create widespread access to affordable early-stage cancer detection. “Having lost loved ones to cancer greatly contributed in the decision to try and tackle this problem,” said CEO Alejandro Tocigl.

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    8. A Look at IBM’s Watson 5 Years After Its Breathtaking Jeopardy Debut

      A Look at IBM’s Watson 5 Years After Its Breathtaking Jeopardy Debut

      0 0 The year was 2012, and IBM’s AI software Watson was in the midst of its heyday. Watson beat two of Jeopardy’s all-time champions a year earlier in 2011, and the world was stunned. It was the first widespread and successful demonstration of a natural language processing computer of its class. Combined with the popularity of Jeopardy, Watson became an immediate mainstream icon.

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    9. How AI Will Redefine Love by bobdc10

      How AI Will Redefine Love by bobdc10

      | Artificial Intelligence , Featured , Tech 1931 5 Artificial intelligence is beginning to disrupt entire industries from finance to medicine. Yet the most revolutionary application has yet to arrive—and it’s an existential one. As thinking machines become more integrated into our lives, we must expect a transformation in how we define what it means to be conscious; what it means to live and to die; and ultimately, what it means to love a non-human being.

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    10. How Google’s AI Beat a Human at ‘Go’ a Decade Earlier Than Expected by 5 Ways Entrepreneurs Are Helping to Solve Climate Change

      How Google’s AI Beat a Human at ‘Go’ a Decade Earlier Than Expected by 5 Ways Entrepreneurs Are Helping to Solve Climate Change

      | Artificial Intelligence , Featured , Singularity , Tech 11,109 2 Last week, news broke that the holy grail of game-playing AI—the ancient and complex Chinese game Go—was cracked by AI system AlphaGo. AlphaGo was created by Google’s DeepMind, a UK group led by David Silver and Demis Hassabis. Last October the group invited three-time European Go champion Fan Hui to their office in London.

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