A majority of companies (85%) agree that automation needs to play a greater role in supporting their business continuity strategies.
In the news this week: more analytics and AI tools are made available to COVID-19 researchers, plus the launch of the Digital Transformation Institute.
Worldwide, scientists and government agencies are using AI technology and real-time analytics to study, track, and plan actions related to COVID-19.
Available solutions include tools for epidemic prediction, CI image analytics, and genome sequencing for
Real-time data without context can be either too troubling or not troubling enough, leading to panic and wrong
A genomic sequencing process that once took 30 hours or more can now be completed in a few
Here is a sampling of five online learning organizations with courses on AI and data science you might want to check out while we ride out COVID-19.
Using thermal scanners in train stations, rail security can detect a person with a raised temperature and notify health authorities.
Scientists around the world are turning to sophisticated analytics to predict the spread of the coronavirus and other contagious diseases.