This Week in Cognitive Automation: Are You AI Ready? 4 Questions to Ask

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Pascal Bornet
This Week in Cognitive Automation: Are You AI Ready? 4 Questions to Ask

AI is booming for digital natives and late adopters alike, curbing COVID-19, and improving breast cancer imaging

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.

Latest News in Intelligent Automation

Intelligent Automation Can Save Millions of Lives Per Year - it also has the potential to save lives by the millions and increase healthy life expectancy.

Greece used AI to curb COVID-19: what other nations can learn - deploying big data in health emergencies needs legal, ethical and logistical groundwork

Robotic suit vendor goes public on NASDAQ stock exchange - wearable robotic suits to market by end of 2022.

Build or Buy AI: Three Factors That Can Determine Your Strategy - All signs point to a boom for early adopters and the mainstream.

Four Questions To Ask To See If You Are “AI-Ready - these answers lead to better decisions and positive returns.

Improving Breast Cancer Imaging with Artificial Intelligence - an AI tool to improve the accuracy of breast cancer imaging.

Other great reads

Interact, copy, and paste between the real world and the digital world using augmented reality 

This model analyzes the pushup exercise by tracking the body angles derived from the changes in the body forms. A very useful visual analytical tool to enable safe physical exercises

This final version of the ping pong bouncer uses computer vision. It is called the Octo-Bouncer. The machine calculates the ball’s 3D position from the image, and uses this information to control the ping pong ball.

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Chat with Lee Coulter, The "Godfather of Cognitive Automation" - Coulter and Pascal Bornet, Chief Data Officer, Aera Technology, discuss Industry 5.0 and the future of intelligent technology

Check out last week’s “What to Read”.

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Pascal Bornet
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Chief Data Officer, Aera Technology
Published:
December 8, 2021
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This Week in Cognitive Automation: Are You AI Ready? 4 Questions to Ask

AI is booming for digital natives and late adopters alike, curbing COVID-19, and improving breast cancer imaging

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.

Latest News in Intelligent Automation

Intelligent Automation Can Save Millions of Lives Per Year - it also has the potential to save lives by the millions and increase healthy life expectancy.

Greece used AI to curb COVID-19: what other nations can learn - deploying big data in health emergencies needs legal, ethical and logistical groundwork

Robotic suit vendor goes public on NASDAQ stock exchange - wearable robotic suits to market by end of 2022.

Build or Buy AI: Three Factors That Can Determine Your Strategy - All signs point to a boom for early adopters and the mainstream.

Four Questions To Ask To See If You Are “AI-Ready - these answers lead to better decisions and positive returns.

Improving Breast Cancer Imaging with Artificial Intelligence - an AI tool to improve the accuracy of breast cancer imaging.

Other great reads

Interact, copy, and paste between the real world and the digital world using augmented reality 

This model analyzes the pushup exercise by tracking the body angles derived from the changes in the body forms. A very useful visual analytical tool to enable safe physical exercises

This final version of the ping pong bouncer uses computer vision. It is called the Octo-Bouncer. The machine calculates the ball’s 3D position from the image, and uses this information to control the ping pong ball.

Want to listen instead?

Chat with Lee Coulter, The "Godfather of Cognitive Automation" - Coulter and Pascal Bornet, Chief Data Officer, Aera Technology, discuss Industry 5.0 and the future of intelligent technology

Check out last week’s “What to Read”.

Get social with us!

Follow us on LinkedIn: Cognitive Automation Community

Follow us on Twitter: CognitiveAutomation

Back to the homepage: Cognitive Automation Community

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