Artificial Intelligence News for July 20 2017

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Will Artificial Intelligence Leave You Jobless?

DEFINING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Artificial intelligence refers to any technology that can complete tasks which traditionally required human intelligence. Can all jobs be replaced by AI? JOBS AI WILL REPLACE. When you think about it, not all jobs may actually be worth preserving. A recent study by McKinsey & Co analysed 800 occupations to see which jobs or tasks were most at risk of being replaced by AI. It found that those most at risk were also considered the least mentally stimulating or emotionally rewarding, such as jobs involving data collection, data processing, and predictable physical work. JOBS AI CANNOT REPLACE. The same McKinsey report found that positions which required creativity, people management, or complex decision-making were far less likely to be threatened by AI. Artists, motivational speakers, teachers, psychologists, trainers, and managers at a range of levels all required a certain ‘human touch’ that could not easily be emulated using AI. Because humans are feeling creatures who often need to employ emotional intelligence and intuition to be successful in certain areas, it was considered very unlikely that these jobs would be replaced by AI in the distant future. JOBS AI COULD CREATE OR HELP TO ENHANCE. As has been the case with new technologies countless times in the past, the emergence of AI will inevitably create an exciting series of new jobs.
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Artificial intelligence predicts patient lifespans

Researchers from the University’s School of Public Health and School of Computer Science, along with Australian and international collaborators, used artificial intelligence to analyse the medical imaging of 48 patients’ chests. This is the first study of its kind using medical images and artificial intelligence. “Predicting the future of a patient is useful because it may enable doctors to tailor treatments to the individual,” says lead author Dr Luke Oakden-Rayner, a radiologist and PhD student with the University of Adelaide’s School of Public Health. “Our research opens new avenues for the application of artificial intelligence technology in medical image analysis, and could offer new hope for the early detection of serious illness, requiring specific medical interventions.” The next stage of their research involves analysing tens of thousands of patient images.
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“List of artificial intelligence films” on Revolvy.com

List of artificial intelligence films topic. This article contains a chronological list of films which included artificial intelligence either as a protagonist or as …
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