Forecast 2018 AI trend: quickly into the hospital, can create new songs

March 3, according to Forbes magazine reported that “The Wall Street Journal,” “Forbes” magazine and Fortune magazine and other publications called 2017 “AI Year.” There are good reasons for this: AI defeated professional gamers and poker players, broadened the depth of learning education through several online projects, and the record of speech recognition accuracy was broken several times. Research institutions such as Oxford and Massachusetts General Hospital were Invest in developing your own supercomputer

These are but a few of the milestones the AI has achieved in 2017. Continue reading “Forecast 2018 AI trend: quickly into the hospital, can create new songs”

MIT Associate Professor: Why hospitals love robots more than factories

According to MIT Technology Review, robotic colleagues and AI helpers are approaching us, but Julie Shah is not worried about replacing robots with robots, but welcomes them enthusiastically.

Shah is an associate professor at MIT who is committed to making humans and machines a safe and efficient partner. The job took her to the factory floor and the busy hospital where she tried to figure out how automation can make humans more efficient. Shah recently interviewed about the scene we started working with robots:

Q: What do you think is the most common misconception about robots in the workplace?

Shah: People generally think that AI is a very common and powerful ability that can be used in all these different kinds of work. But today’s AI can not be used in such a way. Continue reading “MIT Associate Professor: Why hospitals love robots more than factories”

With AI technology, scientists want to restore the perpetrator’s face from the victim’s brain

Scientists have been able to truly read human thinking with advanced computerized scanning technology and capture face images from the testers’ minds. If this technology is further refined, the police’s electronic facial recognition technology and even video recording of closed-circuit television will all be history as the police are able to get the true appearance of criminals directly from the victim’s brain.

This amazing technology has also brought new hope to people with disabilities who have speech problems and terrorists can not hide their massacre plans in the presence of law enforcement officials. Developed by neuroscientists at the University of Toronto in Canada, the new technology uses EEG monitoring equipment to gather people’s brain activity and reproduce the images they perceive. Continue reading “With AI technology, scientists want to restore the perpetrator’s face from the victim’s brain”

The Israeli company wants to implant chips in the human brain to help cure the disease

The thought of implanting the chip in the human brain is enough to hesitate to entertain the most fanatical science fiction fans.

According to Futurism, the mind control interface is still a completely new technology in its early stages of development and we are not yet fully prepared to fully integrate the human brain with the computer. But in the meantime, a company hopes to help patients with stroke and spinal cord injury by non-surgical implantation of electroencephalography (EEG) machines. Continue reading “The Israeli company wants to implant chips in the human brain to help cure the disease”