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Harvard Endowment Poor Performance and A.I.

Posted by Brent Luce on Sep 29, 2016 4:06:02 PM


A.I. Story of the Week

If I wrote the blog more than once a week or so, I would call this the story of the day.  Every day, there are new stories about new developments and advancements in artificial intelligence and related technologies. One story that grabbed my attention this week (Click Here to Read It) discusses how Hanover, a Microsoft machine learning project, is using A.I. to help treat cancer.  With hundreds of cancer drugs and new research being published constantly, along with the uniqueness of each patient and their likelihood to respond to a given therapy, it is impossible for doctors to know everything there is to know in order to best treat the patient.  A.I. can come up with insights without being specifically programmed to do so by “reading through” research papers, clinical trials, medical records, radiology reports, etc.  This is amazing technology, and we are just scratching the surface of its potential.   RELATED:  Why Deep Learning is Suddenly Changing your Life  - this is a good intro to A.I. and deep learning.

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Topics: Apple, Artificial Intelligence, Harvard Endowment, A.I.

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