This Week In Cognitive Automation: Nanotechnology, ‘Deep Mind’ Doubts, and AI for Mental Health 

2021-07-30
By
Pascal Bornet
This Week In Cognitive Automation: Nanotechnology, ‘Deep Mind’ Doubts, and AI for Mental Health 

Top reads about intelligent technologies and how they’re changing the present—and the future.

Day after day, week after week, Intelligent Automation is getting more powerful, supporting clients, patients, employees, companies, and making our world more human.  Each week, I’ll share the content I’m reading that celebrates the latest and most significant advancements in these fields. 

Could artificial intelligence stop 840 million people from going hungry by 2030?
Research has found that using nanotechnology and artificial intelligence in agriculture could offer a practical solution to the challenges threatening global food security.

Computer scientists are questioning whether Alphabet’s DeepMind will ever make artificial intelligence more human-like
Is artificial intelligence reinforcement learning enough to lay the foundation for artificial general intelligence? Deep Mind researchers are facing skepticism over their “Reward is enough” paper.

Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Cognitive Automation Reinvents How We Work
Cognitive Automation empowers workers for the future, transforming them into super-humans who can turn their creative powers to solving the biggest problems.

DeepMind uses AI to tackle neglected deadly diseases
Artificial intelligence is to be used to tackle the most deadly parasitic diseases in the developing world, tech company DeepMind has announced.

To Win With AI, Focus On Our Humanity
In fact, we can only employ AI systems to their fullest potential by becoming better at what we’re already good at: being framers.

AI system could predict psychological distress among workers
In a study published this month in BMJ Open, researchers from the University of Tsukuba have revealed that an AI system using machine learning could predict psychological distress among workers, which is a risk factor for depression.

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By
Pascal Bornet
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Chief Data Office, Aera Technology
Published:
July 30, 2021
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