metaphacts and Dimensions launch the Dimensions Knowledge Graph, powered by metaphactory

Digital Science solutions metaphacts and Dimensions announce the launch of the Dimensions Knowledge Graph, a large ready-made knowledge graph powering AI solutions in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries.

Q&A: How to train AI when you don’t have enough data

As researchers explore potential applications for AI, they have found scenarios where AI could be really useful but there’s not enough data to accurately train the algorithms. Jenq-Neng Hwang, University of Washington professor of electrical and computer and engineering, specializes in these issues.

Could AI Play a Role in Locating Damage to the Brain After Stroke?

Artificial intelligence (AI) may serve as a future tool for neurologists to help locate where in the brain a stroke occurred. In a new study, AI processed text from health histories and neurologic examinations to locate lesions in the brain. The study, which looked specifically at the large language model called generative pre-trained transformer 4 (GPT-4), is published in the March 27, 2024, online issue of Neurology® Clinical Practice, an official journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

Marketing and legal experts caution seeing is not believing with everything online

Two West Virginia University experts with extensive knowledge of deepfakes and AI-assisted technologies are sounding the alarm about their prevalence in our daily lives at a time when headlines about potential AI-generated photos and videos, and questions by the public about what’s…

Binghamton University set to receive $5 million landmark gift to pursue AI research and development

Bloomberg L.P. co-founder and Binghamton University alumnus Tom Secunda ’76, MA ’79 today announced a landmark $5 million donation to Binghamton University to attract, recruit and retain tech talent, creating a pipeline for students to participate in the artificial intelligence economy of the future.

NUS sets up AI Institute to accelerate frontier AI research and boost real-world impact for public good

From fortifying supply chain resilience against global disruptions and enhancing safety and resilience of energy systems to intelligent urban transport systems, personalised services and healthcare revolution – artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging as a force with the capacity to transform facets of our daily living and the society.

Researchers Reveal Roadmap for AI Innovation in Brain and Language Learning

A new study co-led by Georgia Institute of Technology’s Anna (Anya) Ivanova uncovers the relationship between language and thought in artificial intelligence models like ChatGPT, leveraging cognitive neuroscience research on the human brain. The results are a roadmap to developing new AIs — and to better understanding how we think and communicate.

New AI model draws treasure maps to diagnose disease

Researchers at the Beckman Institute developed an artificial intelligence model that can accurately identify tumors and diseases in medical images. The tool draws a map to explain each diagnosis, helping doctors follow its line of reasoning, check for accuracy, and explain the results to patients.

AI-enabled atomic robotic probe to advance quantum material manufacturing

Scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have pioneered a new methodology of fabricating carbon-based quantum materials at the atomic scale by integrating scanning probe microscopy techniques and deep neural networks. This breakthrough highlights the potential of implementing artificial intelligence at the sub-angstrom scale for enhanced control over atomic manufacturing, benefiting both fundamental research and future applications.

Study Detects Cognitive Changes in Older Drivers Using In-vehicle Sensors

Continuous, unobtrusive sensors and related monitoring devices are installed in older drivers’ vehicles to detect changes in highly complex activities over time. A driver facing camera, forward facing camera, and telematics unit provide video in real-time to enable researchers to analyze abnormal driving such as getting lost, reaction time and braking patterns as well as travel patterns such as miles driven, miles during the night and daytime, and driving in severe weather. Detecting changes in behavior could generate early warning signs of possible changes in cognition.

Five Cutting-edge Advances in Biomedical Engineering and Their Applications in Medicine

Bridging precision engineering and precision medicine to create personalized physiology avatars. Pursuing on-demand tissue and organ engineering for human health. Revolutionizing neuroscience by using AI to engineer advanced brain interface systems. Engineering the immune system for health and wellness. Designing and engineering genomes for organism repurposing and genomic perturbations.

Spotlight on early detection of 3 heart diseases using ECG-AI

Too often, the first sign of cardiovascular disease may be a major event like a heart attack, stroke or cardiac arrest. Now, researchers and clinicians at Mayo Clinic are using artificial intelligence (AI) technology to flag heart problems earlier, boosting the abilities of a diagnostic test that has been around for over a century — the electrocardiogram (ECG).

Argonne scientists use AI to identify new materials for carbon capture

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have used new generative AI techniques to propose new metal-organic framework materials that could offer enhanced abilities to capture carbon

Argonne training program alumni find success in extreme-scale computing

Past attendees of the annual Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing are thriving in careers across the field of high performance computing.

Mount Sinai Researchers Awarded $4.1 Million NIH Grant to Advance Understanding of Sleep Apnea Using Artificial Intelligence

Machine-learning method aims to predict consequences of serious sleep disorder impacting millions in the U.S.

Experts available to discuss potential harm to patients from AI-based software in doctor’s offices

In a new commentary published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), University of Maryland School of Medicine faculty warn against the use of AI-driven software tools and other large language models to summarize patient medical data without…

Rakuten Medical Presents AI-based Study in Two Posters on Immune Characteristics in Responders and Cellular Level Drug Quantification of Alluminox Treatment (Photoimmunotherapy) at SITC 2023

Rakuten Medical, Inc., a global biotechnology company developing and commercializing precision, cell-targeted therapies based on its proprietary Alluminox™ platform today announced the presentation of two posters of AI-based analyses at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC), held November 3-5, 2023, in San Diego, CA (SITC 2023).

Advances in machine learning for nuclear power operations spell a brighter future for carbon-free energy

Researchers at Argonne are harnessing the power of machine learning to enhance the safety and efficiency of next-generation nuclear reactors. Using a specialized model, researchers may be able to detect anomalies in reactor operations even when they are masked by other noises, ensuring a safer energy future.

GW Experts Available: Britain Hosts World’s First Global AI Safety Summit

Britain is hosting the world’s first global artificial intelligence (AI) safety summit to examine the risks of AI and start an international dialogue on regulating the fast-moving technology, according to Reuters. World leaders, tech executives, academics and non-profits are meeting for…

GW Experts Available: Biden Administration Unveils Highly-Anticipated Executive Order on AI

The Biden Administration unveiled a highly-anticipated executive order on artificial intelligence (AI) today. According to The Washington Post, it marks the U.S. government’s most significant attempt yet to regulate the fast-moving technology. The order streamlines high-skilled immigration and heralds the use of AI…