I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks.
Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Artificial Intelligence and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On CPOmagazine.com: https://www.cpomagazine.com/cyber-security/artificial-intelligence-the-enemy-and-the-solution/
Artificial Intelligence: The Enemy and The Solution. Artificial Intelligence is often viewed as a potential threat to humanity, but it can also be viewed as a valuable tool. From self-driving cars to automated security systems, AI is gradually becoming a valuable resource in our everyday lives. It’s important to realize that AI can be used for good or bad purposes. One of the biggest risks of AI is that it is becoming more and more advanced, which is opening the door to the possibility of AI surpassing human intelligence. This is called the singularity, and it’s something that should be considered because once it occurs, we may not be able to turn back. A very good article, well balanced.
Artificial intelligence sheds light on how the brain processes language. Neuroscientists find the internal workings of next-word prediction models resemble those of language-processing centers in the brain. In the past few years, artificial intelligence models of language have become very good at certain tasks. Most notably, they excel at predicting the next word in a string of text; this technology helps search engines and texting apps predict the next word you are going to type.
On HealthItanalytics.com: https://healthitanalytics.com/news/artificial-intelligence-capable-of-predicting-covid-19-symptoms
Artificial Intelligence Capable of Predicting COVID-19 Symptoms. Based on comorbidities, researchers can use artificial intelligence to predict which COVID-19 symptoms a patient will develop. Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University researchers created a new artificial intelligence-based tool to assist clinicians in predicting which symptoms COVID-19 patients will experience based on comorbidities. Additionally, the AI tool can suggest specific FDA-approved drugs for treatment.
On Newswise.com: https://www.newswise.com/doescience/predicting-the-future-of-the-earth-with-artificial-intelligence/
Predicting the future of the Earth with artificial intelligence. AI offers additional possibilities, greater accuracy for climate models. Computer simulations that scientists use to understand the evolution of the Earth’s climate offer a wealth of information to public officials and corporations planning for the future. However, climate models — no matter how complex or computationally intensive — do contain some degree of uncertainty. Addressing this uncertainty is proving increasingly important as decision makers are asking more complex questions and looking to smaller scales.
On Edtechmagazine.com: https://edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2021/10/artificial-intelligence-and-machine-learning-play-role-endpoint-security
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Play a Role in Endpoint Security. ML-enhanced endpoint protection can keep schools safe from cyberattacks. Here are three benefits district leaders will find when investing in this advanced technology. Long before the pandemic, K–12 cyberattacks were a serious concern. The shift to remote learning has only increased the danger. “Supporting digital transformation initiatives and a remote work model has led to a dramatic increase in the exposed edges of the network,” says Bob Turner, field CISO of higher education at Fortinet. “At the same time, malware, ransomware and other threats continue to challenge schools by exploiting inconsistently protected endpoint devices.”
On Coindesk.com: https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/10/25/the-coming-convergence-of-nfts-and-artificial-intelligence/
The Coming Convergence of NFTs and Artificial Intelligence. Building AI capabilities into the lifecycle of NFTs opens the door to forms of intelligent ownership, says the CEO of IntoTheBlock. Non-fungible tokens (NFT) are becoming one of the most important trends in the crypto ecosystem. The first generation of NFTs has focused on key properties such as ownership representation, transfer, automation as well as building the core building blocks of the NFT market infrastructure. The hype in the NFT market makes it relatively hard to distinguish signal versus noise when even the most simplistic form of NFTs are able to capture incredible value. But, as the space evolves, the value proposition of NFTs should go from static images or text to more dynamic and intelligent collectibles. Artificial intelligence (AI) is likely to have an impact in the next wave of NFTs.
On datamation.com: https://www.datamation.com/artificial-intelligence/artificial-intelligence-in-retail/
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Retail. Artificial intelligence (AI) in retail is one of the more prevalent examples of how this technology can truly transform an entire industry. Retailers are using AI and technology like machine learning (ML) to power decisions about inventory and the customer sales journey and behind-the-scenes tasks that impact profit margins and efficiency. From better virtual retailer recommendations to theft prevention in physical stores, retail is an industry that has fully embraced the promises of AI.