The Next Web: Dubious claims that AI outperforms doctors pose risk to ‘millions of patients,’ study finds

The Next Web: Dubious claims that AI outperforms doctors pose risk to ‘millions of patients,’ study finds. “AI‘s ability to analyze X-rays, MRIs, and other scans has led it to be hyped up as the future of medical imaging. But patients remain reluctant to use it, as they believe only humans can understand their unique needs. Turns out they might be right.”

EurekAlert: AI finds 9 potential COVID-19 drugs that can be used on humans immediately

EurekAlert: AI finds 9 potential COVID-19 drugs that can be used on humans immediately. “Gero, the leader in AI-driven drug discovery, has used its AI platform to identify the potential anti-COVID-19 drugs. Six of them have been approved, three were withdrawn, and the other nine have been already tested in clinical trials for other indications. The emergency of the situation, as well as the legal and regulatory status of these agents, make it possible to start immediate clinical trials for most of the suggested drugs.”

EurekAlert: Study uses AI to estimate unexploded bombs from Vietnam War

EurekAlert: Study uses AI to estimate unexploded bombs from Vietnam War. “Researchers have used artificial intelligence to detect Vietnam War-era bomb craters in Cambodia from satellite images – with the hope that it can help find unexploded bombs. The new method increased true bomb crater detection by more than 160 percent over standard methods.”

The Next Web: This AI system listens to coughs to learn where the coronavirus is spreading

The Next Web: This AI system listens to coughs to learn where the coronavirus is spreading. “A new AI-powered system monitors coughing sounds to understand where the coronavirus is spreading. The FluSense device first detects coughing and crowd sizes in real-time. It then analyzes the data to predict the progress of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases.”

The Next Web: AI analyzes biology studies to find out we’re getting better at wildlife conservation

The Next Web: AI analyzes biology studies to find out we’re getting better at wildlife conservation . “A new AI system has revealed that we’re finally getting better at wildlife conservation. Researchers came to this conclusion after using machine learning to analyze more than 4,000 studies on species reintroduction across four decades.”

BetaNews: In a world of deepfakes, who can you trust?

BetaNews: In a world of deepfakes, who can you trust?. “Though they seem like something out of a futuristic sci-fi movie, deepfakes are very much a reality. In fact, developers have been experimenting with deepfake technology as far back as the late 1990s. Today, deepfakes have become so advanced and believable that they can cause some serious damage in the wrong hands.”

TechCrunch: Glisten uses computer vision to break down product photos to their most important parts

TechCrunch: Glisten uses computer vision to break down product photos to their most important parts. “It’s amazing that in this day and age, the best way to search for new clothes is to click a few check boxes and then scroll through endless pictures. Why can’t you search for ‘green patterned scoop neck dress’ and see one? Glisten is a new startup enabling just that by using computer vision to understand and list the most important aspects of the products in any photo.”