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- AI governance: A research agenda, Governance of AI program, Future of Umanity Institute, University of Oxford, Dafoe A., 2017
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a potent general purpose technology. Future progress could be rapid, and experts expect that superhuman capabilities in strategic domains will be achieved in the coming decades. The opportunities are tremendous, including advances in medicine and health, transportation, energy, education, science, economic growth, and environmental sustainability. The risks, however, are also substantial and plausibly pose extreme governance challenges. These include labor displacement, inequality, an oligopolistic global market structure, reinforced totalitarianism, shifts and volatility in national power, strategic instability, and an AI race that sacrifices safety and other values. The consequences are plausibly of a magnitude and on a timescale to dwarf other global concerns. Leaders of governments and firms are asking for policy guidance, and yet scholarly attention to the AI revolution remains negligible. Research is thus urgently needed on the AI governance problem: the problem of devising global norms, policies, and institutions to best ensure thebeneficial development and use of advanced AI. This report outlines an agenda for this research, dividing the field into three research clusters. The first cluster, the technical landscape, seeks to understand the technical inputs, possibilities, and constraints for AI. The second cluster, AI politics, focuses on the political dynamics between firms, governments, publics, researchers, and other actors. The final research cluster of AI ideal governance envisions what structures and dynamics we would ideally create to govern the transition to advanced artificial intelligence
- Artificial Intelligence detection on Nasdaq US Equities – Case Study, 2020
To help its surveillance organization gain more insight into potential manipulation scenarios, Nasdaq’s Machine Intelligence (MI) Lab, Surveillance Technology business and MarketWatch division joined forces to enhance surveillance capabilities with the help of Artificial Intelligence and Transfer Learning
- Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: The Hope, The Hype, The Promise, The Peril (Report speciale della US National Academy of Medicine), Michal Matheny, 2019
In 2006, the National Academy of Medicine established the Roundtable on Evidence-Based Medicine for the purpose of providing a trusted venue for national leaders in health and health care to work co- operatively toward their common commitment to effective, innovative care that consistently generates value for patients and society. The goal of advancing a “Learning Health System” quickly emerged andwas defined as “a system in which science, informatics, incentives, and culture are aligned for continu- ous improvement and innovation, with best practices seamlessly embedded in the delivery process and new knowledge captured as an integral by-product of the delivery experience”
- Artificial Intelligence in strategic contest: an introduction, Program on Understanding Law, Science, and Evidence, UCLA School of Law, PARSON E., RE R., SOLOW-NIEDERMAN A., and ZEIDE E., 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI), particularly various methods of machine learning (ML), has achieved landmark advances over the past few years in applications as diverse as playing complex games, language processing, speech recognition and synthesis, image identification, and facial recognition. These breakthroughs have brought a surge of popular, journalistic, and policy attention to the field, including both excitement about anticipated advances and the benefits they promise, and concern about societal impacts and risks – potentially arising through whatever combination of accident, malicious or reckless use, or just social and political disruption from the scale and rapidity of change
- Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Privacy and Data Protection, EDPS, 2016
Background document for the 38th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners
- Big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning and data protection, ICO, Information Commisioner’s Office, 2017
Information Commissioner’s foreword, Chapter 1 – Introduction:What do we mean by big data, AI and machine learning?; What’s different about big data analytics?;9 What are the benefits of big data analytics?, Chapter 2 – Data protection implications;Fairness; Effects of the processing; Expectations; Transparency; Conditions for processing personal; Consent; Legitimate interests; Contracts; Public sector; Purpose limitation; Data minimisation: collection and retention; Accuracy; Rights of individuals; Subject access; Other rights; Security; Data controllers and data processors, Chapter 3 – Compliance tools; Anonymisation; Privacy notices; Privacy impact assessments; Privacy by design; Privacy seals and certification; Ethical approaches; Personal data stores; Algorithmic transparency, Chapter 4 – Discussion; Big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning and data protection 20170904 Version: 2.2, Chapter 5 – Conclusion, Chapter 6 – Key recommendations, Annex 1 – Privacy impact assessments for big data analytics
- BUILDING AN AI WORLD Report on National and Regional AI Strategies Lead, Tim Dutton, Brent Barron, Gaga Boskovic
In March 2017, the Government of Canada announced the launch of the Pan-Canadian AI Strategy. The first fully-funded strategy of its kind, Canada’s AI strategy was followed by announcements of a variety of forms of AI strategies by 18 countries, including France, Mexico, the UAE, and China. The attention to AI is not misplaced given the potential benefits: McKinsey estimates that AI could enable US$13 trillion in additional economic activity by 2030, representing an additional 1.2 percent growth in GDP.1 Governments worldwide have responded by positioning their unique research and industrial strengths through new national strategies to drive growth and competitiveness in an AI world. This report surveys the current landscape of national and regional artificial intelligence (AI) strategies as of November 2018. It defines what an AI strategy is, lists the strategies that have been announced, and provides a framework for understanding the different types of strategies. In doing so, the report does not attempt to compare or evaluate the respective strategies, but is intended to provide an overview of their strategic priorities for policymakers, businesses, and civil society actors.
- Communication Artificial Intelligence for Europe, European Commission
Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the European Council, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions on Artificial Intelligence for Europe
- Computing Machinery and Intelligence. Mind 49: 433-460, A. M. Turing (1950)
I propose to consider the question, “Can machines think?” This should begin with definitions of the meaning of the terms “machine” and “think.” The definitions might be framed so as to reflect so far as possible the normal use of the words, but this attitude is dangerous, If the meaning of the words “machine” and “think” are to be found by examining how they are commonly used it is difficult to escape the conclusion that the meaning and the answer to the question, “Can machines think?” is to be sought in a statistical survey such as a Gallup poll. But this is absurd. Instead of attempting such a definition I shall replace the question by another, which is closely related to it and is expressed in relatively unambiguous words
- Contributions from the Catholic Church to ethical reflections in the digital era, Edoardo Sinibaldi, Chris Gastmans, Miguel Yáñez, Richard M. Lerner, László Kovács, Carlo Casalone, Renzo Pegoraro & Vincenzo Paglia, 11 May 2020
The Catholic Church is challenged by scientific and technological innovation but can help to integrate multiple voices in the ongoing dialogue regarding AI and machine ethics. In this context, a multidisciplinary working group brought together by the Church reflected on roboethics, explored the themes of embodiment, agency and intelligence
- Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence, European Commission
Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the European Council, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions - Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence (COM(2018) 795 final)
- Data quality and artificial intelligence – mitigating bias and error to protect fundamental rights, FRA (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights), 2019
Algorithms used in machine learning systems and artificial intelligence (AI) can only be as good as the data used for their development. High quality data are essential for high quality algorithms. Yet, the call for high quality data in discussions around AI often remains without any further specifications and guidance as to what this actually means
- Declaration on Ethics and Data Protection in Artificial Intelligence, 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, 2018
AUTHORS: Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), France; European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), European Union; Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, Italy, CO-SPONSORS: Agencia de Acceso a la Información Pública, Argentina; Commission d’accès à l’information, Québec, Canada; Datatilsynet (Data Inspectorate), Norway; Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), United Kingdom; Préposé fédéral à la protection des données et à la transparence, Switzerland; Data protection Authority, Belgium; Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong-Kong; Data protection Commission, Ireland; Data Protection Office, Poland; Instituto Nacional de Transparencia, Acceso a la Información y Protección de Datos Personales (INAI), Mexico; National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, Hungary; Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, Germany; Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC), Canada; National Privacy Commission, Philippines
- Deep Learning in Healthcare Market with impact of COVID 19 By Top Keyplayers GE Healthcare, Accenture, ibm watson health
This intelligence report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Global Deep Learning in Healthcare Market. This includes Investigation of past progress, ongoing market scenarios, and future prospects. Data True to market on the products, strategies and market share of leading companies of this particular market are mentioned. It’s a 360-degree overview of the global market’s competitive landscape. The report further predicts the size and valuation of the global market during the forecast period. A new report titled Global Deep Learning in Healthcare market has been recently added to the database repository of Market Research Inc. It has enabled the marketers to understand the key attributes that can guide the investors to effectively capitalize on the market dynamics, therefore, providing the market definition, product description, analysis of the competitors, etc. This research report gives a clear image of the global Deep Learning in Healthcare industries to understand its framework
- EU Declaration on Cooperation on Artificial Intelligence
Declaration signed at Digital Day on 10th April 2018. https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/events/digital-day-2018 This Declaration builds on the achievements and investments of Europe in AI as well as the progress towards the creation of a Digital Single Market. The participating Member States agree to cooperate on: Boosting Europe's technology and industrial capacity in AI and its uptake, including better access to public sector data; these are essential conditions to influence AI development, fuelling innovative business models and creating economic growth and new qualified jobs; Addressing socio-economic challenges, such as the transformation of the labour markets and modernising Europe's education and training systems, including upskilling & reskilling EU citizens; Ensuring an adequate legal and ethical framework, building on EU fundamental rights and values, including privacy and protection of personal data, as well as principles such as transparency and accountability.
- Examples of practical use of ISO/IEC 25000, Domenico Natale – Andrea Trenta, Future directions of quality models applied to AI, 2019
In recent years the ISO/IEC 25000 series of standards seems to have reached their completeness and maturity expanding their definition from software to systems, data and IT service products. The ISO/IEC 25000 application in industry is on a voluntary basis, but it is also supported by public regulatory context. Some actions are also undertaken to apply these standards when new quality measures are defined. Keywords: data quality, software quality, product quality, new technologies, new measures, statement
- I Confini del Digitale. Nuovi scenari per la protezione dei dati. Atti del Convegno – 29 gennaio 2019
Garante per la protezione dei dati personali
- IBM Vision 2024 For a responsible, open and inclusive digital Europe: A new partnership between technology, public policy & society
Securing citizens’ trust in digital solutions and services is critical to the success of the EU’s digital economy. To earn that trust, industry needs to up its game, regulators need to weed out problems, and both should work together to raise the bar for a trustworthy digital future. In strengthening technology sovereignty, the EU should focus on building trust - choosing partners that have displayed their trustworthiness, data stewardship, and security in Europe for decades, regardless of the geographic location of their headquarters. Earning trust means handling data responsibly. It means developing open source solutions. It means explaining AI clearly and making it accountable. It means upskilling society in order to future-proof jobs. And it means using precision regulation to target negative practices and x tangible problems while avoiding unintended economic consequences
- Introducing Paddle Quantum: How Baidu’s Deep Learning Platform PaddlePaddle Empowers Quantum Computing
he idea of synergizing quantum mechanics with computation theory – two of the most fundamental scientific breakthroughs throughout human history that barely intersect at any point of their long history – has eventually led to the birth of quantum computing. Thanks to the applications of striking quantum-mechanical features such as superposition, entanglement and interferences in information processing tasks, quantum computing promises great potential for supercharging artificial intelligence (AI) applications compared to binary-based classical computers. Meanwhile, advanced technologies such as deep learning algorithms are playing an increasingly critical role in the development of quantum research. Since Baidu announced the establishment of Institute for Quantum Computing in March 2018, one of our primary goals is to build bridges between quantum computing and AI. We are proud to announce Paddle Quantum, a quantum machine learning development toolkit that can help scientists and developers quickly build and train quantum neural network models and provide advanced quantum computing applications.
- Perspectives on Issues in AI Governance, Google
Overview; Background; Key areas for clara cation, 1. Explainability standards, 2. Fairness appraisal, 3. Safety considerations, 4. Human-AI collaboration, 5. Liability frameworks; In closing; End notes
- Privacy e intelligenza artificiale: vigilare sugli algoritmi, contributo del Garante italiano nel Comitato consultivo della Convenzione 108, 2019
- Promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, Note by the Secretary-General, United Nations, 2018
I. Introduction; II. Understandingartificialintelligence, Whatisartificialintelligence?; III. A human rights legal framework for artificial intelligence A. Scope of human rights obligations in the context of artificial intelligence, B. Right to free doom opinion, C. Right to free doom expression, D. Right to privacy., E. Obligation of non-discrimination, F. Right to anewfective remedy, G. Legislative, regulatory and policy responses to artificial intelligence; IV. Ahumanrights-based approach to artificial intelligence A. Substantivestandardsforartificialintelligencesystems B. Processes for artificial intelligence systems; V. Conclusion sander commendations
- Proposte per una strategia italiana per l‘intelligenza artificiale, Elaborata dal Gruppo di Esperti MISE sull’intelligenza artificiale, 2019
Introduzione, L’intelligenza artificiale: opportunità e rischi: 1.1 Un potenziale enorme, che necessita di una direzione;1.2 I rischi dell’AI, I Trend globali e la Visione Europea: 2.1 Trend globali; 2.2 La strategia europea per l’intelligenza artificiale, L’Italia alla sfida dell’intelligenza artificiale:3.1 L’AI in Italia: lo stato dell’arte; 3.2 Mettere al centro il pianeta: l’AI for good e la strategia Italiana, L’AI per l’Uomo.: 4.1 Istruzione e competenze: coesistere con le macchine “intelligenti”; 4.2 Il diritto: proteggere i consumatori-utenti e garantire la concorrenza; 4.3 Cittadini, AI e informazione: verso una politica attiva contro la disinformazione; 4.4 Il Lavoro: come affrontare la sfida dell’AI, AI per un Ecosistema Affidabile e Competitivo:5.1 Dall’etica all’affidabilità;5.2 La strategia italiana e l’ecosistema nazionale dell’AI;5.3 Il Settore Pubblico come volano della RenAIssance italiana; 5.4 Incentivare l’Economia dei Dati; 5.5 Promuovere l’embedded AI per valorizzare il sistema industriale italiano, AI per lo sviluppo sostenibile: 6.1 L’intelligenza artificiale al servizio della sostenibilità energetica e dell’ambiente; 6.2 L’intelligenza artificiale per l’accessibilità e l’inclusione sociale,La governance della strategia: 7.1 Una cabina di regia interministeriale tra better regulation, produttività, trasformazione industriale e sviluppo sostenibile; 7.2 Una governance nazionale per la scienza e la tecnologia; Comunicazione, monitoraggio e valutazione della strategia, Raccomandazioni per la strategia italiana sull’intelligenza artificiale: 8.1 Raccomandazioni generali; 8.2 L’intelligenza artificiale per l’uomo: raccomandazioni specifiche; 8.3 L’intelligenza artificiale per un ecosistema produttivo e affidabile: raccomandazioni specifiche; 8.4 L’intelligenza artificiale per lo sviluppo sostenibile: raccomandazioni specifiche; 8.5 Implementare la strategia: governance, comunicazione e impegni di spesa, Bibliografia Selezionata, Membri del Gruppo di Esperti, Note
- Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). Artificial Intelligence and Primary Care, Royal Collage of General Practitioners
This report was created to inform GPs of the potential use of artificial intelligence. Work on this topic started in February 2018 following the publication of “The Principles around Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare” paper at RCGP Council. The RCGP participated in workshops with the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, the Royal College of Physicians and engaged in the Topol Review . In addition, the College held conversations with NHS Digital, NHS England, Health Education England, various industry organisations including IBM and Ada Healthcare, research organisations including, University of Oxford and Imperial College London and frontline GPs. These conversations and workshops combined with desk-based research informed this document. This report is one of a series of reports from the RCGP. We will continue to engage with GPs, healthcare professionals and patients to explore this topic further to share understanding of the role of artificial intelligence in supporting general practice, a specialty based on relationships and community
- Topology comparison of Twitter diffusion networks effectively reveals misleading information, Francesco Pierri, Carlo Piccardi & Stefano Ceri, 2020
In recent years, malicious information had an explosive growth in social media, with serious social and political backlashes. Recent important studies, featuring large-scale analyses, have produced deeper knowledge about this phenomenon, showing that misleading information spreads faster, deeper and more broadly than factual information on social media, where echo chambers, algorithmic and human biases play an important role in diffusion networks. Following these directions, we explore the possibility of classifying news articles circulating on social media based exclusively on a topological analysis of their diffusion networks. To this aim we collected a large dataset of diffusion networks on Twitter pertaining to news articles published on two distinct classes of sources, namely outlets that convey mainstream, reliable and objective information and those that fabricate and disseminate various kinds of misleading articles, including false news intended to harm, satire intended to make people laugh, click-bait news that may be entirely factual or rumors that are unproven. We carried out an extensive comparison of these networks using several alignment-free approaches including basic network properties, centrality measures distributions, and network distances. We accordingly evaluated to what extent these techniques allow to discriminate between the networks associated to the aforementioned news domains. Our results highlight that the communities of users spreading mainstream news, compared to those sharing misleading news, tend to shape diffusion networks with subtle yet systematic differences which might be effectively employed to identify misleading and harmful information
- Uomini e macchine. Protezione dati per un´etica del digitale, Atti del convegno tenuto in occasione della Giornata europea della protezione dei dati personali, 2018
- #Humanless. L’algoritmo egoista, Massimo Chiriatti, 2019
Siamo entrati in un mondo algoritmico. Ogni volta che dobbiamo fare qualcosa, l'abbiamo vista prima attraverso un software. A cosa stiamo dando origine? A una scatola nera piena di algoritmi che hanno memorizzato tutto il nostro passato. Non è possibile immaginare impatti più importanti sull'umanità di quello dell'intelligenza artificiale, ben superiore a quello dell'elettricità. Nulla sarà più come prima. Ma dov'è il bugiardino degli algoritmi? Hanno un grande impatto sulle nostre vite, modificano la percezione della realtà, iniziano a guidarci, ma dobbiamo valutarne rischi e benefici. Siamo felici delle possibilità tecniche, però dobbiamo individuarne la direzione. Questo libro mette al centro degli sviluppi economici e tecnologici le persone, partendo dal presupposto che, quando si è investito in tecnologia e formazione, abbiamo sempre avuto progresso e occupazione
- adiso virtuale o Infer.net ? Rischi e opportunità della rivoluzione digitale, Giovanni Cucci, 2015
Da quando è stato introdotto, il web, come ogni grande invenzione, non ha cessato di suscitare dibattiti, entusiasmi e altrettanto inquietanti segnali di allarme, perché presenta, insieme a opportunità inedite, le medesime problematiche del mondo offline, ma a un altro livello. Il webinfatti non è semplicemente uno strumento, ma un vero e proprio «universo», parallelo e talvolta anche alternativo al mondo «reale». Qualunque sia il punto di vista assunto, tutto ciò costituisce in ogni caso un punto di non ritorno, con cui non si può non fare i conti. Da qui l’importanza di un approccio rispettoso della sua complessità, per usare al meglio le enormi e affascinanti possibilità, senza tacerne i possibili rischi
- AI marketing. Capire l’intelligenza artificiale per coglierne le opportunità, Alessio Semoli, 2019
Una guida pratica per aiutare chi lavora nel marketing e nella comunicazione a sfruttare al meglio l’intelligenza artificiale e a non farsi cogliere impreparato dal cambiamento che ci aspetta. Il mondo sta cambiando rapidamente. L’innovazione e in particolare gli strumenti dell’intelligenza artificiale stanno rivoluzionando il nostro lavoro così come la nostra vita: potremo risparmiare tempo automatizzando innumerevoli attività e avremo in questo modo la possibilità di concentrarci sulle nostre doti creative. Uno dei principali attori protagonisti di questo cambiamento sarà sicuramente il marketing: come evolverà? E parallelamente come evolverà l’esperienza del consumatore? Questo libro ci fa capire come cogliere tutte le opportunità che nasceranno da questa rivoluzione, analizzando i mezzi pubblicitari digitali integrati con strumenti di intelligenza artificiale: dal content al search marketing, dai social media agli influencer, dai sistemi di direct marketing alla user experience, fino alla descrizione delle soft skill necessarie per essere protagonisti attivi dell’innovazione
- Algoritmi di Libertà, Michele Mezza, 2018
Il quesito che la politica deve porsi riguarda proprio il bilanciamento dei poteri in uno Stato democratico: una potenza quale quella della profilazione digitale, di tale impatto e pervasività, può rimanere esclusivamente a disposizione di chi paga di più? E addirittura, senza nemmeno essere nota a chi la subisce? Ogni legge è sempre la conseguenza di un conflitto d’interessi, di un confronto di poteri, di un negoziato sociale. Il buco nero che abbiamo dinanzi è proprio l’assenza di un’esperienza che animi queste dinamiche negoziali nella società degli algoritmi
- Che cosa sognano gli algoritmi. Le nostre vite al tempo dei big data, Cardon Dominique, Milano, Mondadori università, 2016
Google, Facebook, Amazon, ma anche le banche e le compagnie di assicurazioni: la raccolta di enormi banche dati (i big data) assegna un posto sempre più centrale agli algoritmi. L’ambizione di questo libro è mostrare come queste nuove tecniche di calcolo sconvolgano la nostra società. Attraverso la classificazione delle informazioni, la personalizzazione della pubblicità, i suggerimenti negli acquisti, la profilatura dei comportamenti, i computer si immischieranno, sempre di più, nella vita delle persone. Ben lontani da essere semplici strumenti tecnici neutrali, gli algoritmi sono portatori di un progetto politico. Comprendere la logica, i valori e il tipo di società che promuovono significa fornire agli utenti di Internet i mezzi di riconquistare potere nella società digitale
- Comunica il prossimo tuo. Cultura digitale e prassi pastorale, Massimiliano Padula
Da dove parte il testo? Qual è l'obiettivo a cui punta? L'Autore si ispira al comandamento più "umano" in assoluto: «Amerai il prossimo tuo come te stesso», e prova a trapiantarlo nelle dinamiche di un'umanità sempre più orientata dalle logiche del digitale. Cosa significa amare quanto la prospettiva e l'ambiente è digitale? Come pensare la prossimità quando il toccarsi spesso non è fisico? A partire da queste offre una riflessione che si muove su un doppio binario. Da una parte un'indagine di tipo socio-antropologico. Dall'altra una prospettiva pastorale per passare, come direbbe Francesco, da un'analisi a una terapia, fatta di dialogo, ascolto, tenerezza
- Critica della ragione artificiale Una difesa dell’umanità, Éric Sadin, 2019
L’intelligenza artificiale, fino a poco tempo fa confinata nei laboratori di ricerca, ha fatto negli ultimi anni il suo ingresso dirompente nella vita di tutti i giorni. Politici, businessmen e semplici cittadini sembrano esserne quasi ossessionati: le promesse di crescita e sviluppo che essa porta con sé sembrano infinite, e così le possibilità che ognuno degli innumerevoli ambiti di applicazione, sfruttando una tecnologia sempre più efficiente e pervasiva, diventi più affidabile, fluido e ottimizzato. Non mancano gli osservatori che segnalano come il fare affidamento su macchine capaci di performance molto migliori di quelle umane metta a rischio posti di lavoro e renda problematica la sopravvivenza di interi settori industriali: ma persino di fronte a una minaccia così concreta, spesso, ci si limita a formali richiami all’etica, come se brandire questo vessillo potesse fare da scudo supremo contro le deviazioni delle tecnologie digitali. Con Critica della ragione artificiale, Éric Sadin mette a punto l’opera più compiuta e lucida del suo percorso di acuto critico delle nuove tecnologie, evidenziando come esse, presentate come semplici strumenti al nostro servizio, stiano invece erodendo le facoltà di giudizio e azione, ossia le capacità che più di tutte ci rendono umani. Sadin, recuperando in senso letterale il ruolo politico della filosofia, non sterile riflessione fine a sé stessa ma strumento in grado di decrittare la realtà allo scopo di servire la comunità, svela il retropensiero antiumanistico dei discorsi a sostegno dell’indiscriminato sviluppo tecnologico, e presenta una appassionata difesa dell’umanità – ossia di tutto ciò che dobbiamo tenere a mente e trasmettere ai più giovani se vogliamo evitare che lo stesso strumento che può garantirci prosperità e sviluppo si tramuti in terribile macchinario di oppressione
- Curare la vita
Fabrizio Mastrofini, Nicola Valenti, 2020
Nascere, vivere, morire sono tre verbi che esprimono altrettanti aspetti fondamentali dell'esistenza, divenuti assai problematici in seguito allo sviluppo della scienza e della tecnica. Il progresso della pratica medica, la maggiore durata della vita, la complessità delle decisioni che possono intervenire sulla prosecuzione o sulla fine anticipata dell'esistenza suscitano una riflessione per definire i criteri e i limiti (se possono essercene) del progresso e quali criteri adottare per rispettare la dignità di ogni essere umano nelle situazioni problematiche della malattia. Nel dibattito scientifico si sono inseriti i filosofi, i teologi, gli umanisti, dando vita a confronti complessi, a dispute culturali, ideologiche, scientifiche, religiose. Questo libro si propone di presentare in modo non specialistico i contenuti di una riflessione sulle nuove responsabilità dell'era tecnologica condotta dalla Pontificia Accademia per la Vita, di cui fanno parte 158 esperti nei vari settori delle scienze e delle scienze umane
- Cyborg, The: Corpo e corporeità nell’epoca del post-umano. Prospettive antropologiche e riflessioni etiche per un discernimento morale, Paolo Benanti, 2012
Esplorando i più recenti sviluppi tecnologici, l’autore accompagna il lettore alla scoperta di questa nuova era in cui cosa vuol dire essere uomini dovrà essere capito come il risultato dell’interazione con una tecnologia sempre più pervasiva del nostro quotidiano. Il testo dona uno sguardo nuovo al mondo della biotecnologia aprendo tutta una serie di urgenti quesiti etici che chiedono di essere affrontati in maniera organica per giungere a una governance efficace del progresso tecnologico
- Data Feminism, Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein, 2019
A new way of thinking about data science and data ethics that is informed by the ideas of intersectional feminism
- Deep Learning con Python, Imparare a implementare algoritmi di apprendimento profondo, François Chollet, 2020
Negli ultimi anni il machine learning ha compiuto passi da gigante, con macchine che ormai raggiungono un livello di accuratezza quasi umana. Dietro questo sviluppo c'è il deep learning: una combinazione di progressi ingegneristici, teoria e best practice che rende possibile applicazioni prima impensabili. Questo manuale accompagna il lettore nel mondo del deep learning attraverso spiegazioni passo passo ed esempi concreti incentrati sul framework Keras. Si parte dai fondamenti delle reti neurali e del machine learning per poi affrontare le applicazioni del deep learning nel campo della visione computerizzata e dell'elaborazione del linguaggio naturale: dalla classificazione delle immagini alla previsione di serie temporali, dall'analisi del sentiment alla generazione di immagini e testi. Con tanti esempi di codice corredati di commenti dettagliati e consigli pratici, questo libro è rivolto a chi ha già esperienza di programmazione con Python e desidera entrare nel mondo degli algoritmi di apprendimento profondo
- Domani, chi governerà il mondo?, Jacques Attali, 2012
Domani chi governerà il mondo? Quale paese, quale coalizione, quale istituzione internazionale avrà i mezzi per governare le minacce economiche, finanziarie, sociali, politiche, ecologiche, nucleari, militari che pesano sul mondo? Bisogna lasciare il potere sul mondo alle religioni? Agli imperi? Ai mercati? Oppure occorre restituirlo alle nazioni? Un giorno l’umanità comprenderà che ha tutto da guadagnare a raggrupparsi attorno a un governo democratico del mondo, oltrepassando gli interessi delle nazioni più potenti. Un simile governo esisterà un giorno, dopo un disastro o al suo posto. È però urgente osare pensarvi. Dopo un’ampia parte volta a illustrare la nozione di governo del mondo nella storia dell’uomo, Attali ipotizza dieci “cantieri” concreti per delineare un possibile governo mondiale: federalismo, coscienza dell’umanità, vigilanza sulle minacce, codice mondiale, minilateralismo, riforme istituzionali, formazione di una Camera per lo sviluppo duraturo, creazione di un’Alleanza per la democrazia, versamenti fiscali di sostegno, composizione degli Stati generali del mondo
- Dominio e sottomissione. Schiavi, animali, macchine, Intelligenza artificiale, Remo Bodei, 2019
Se, parafrasando il Vangelo di Giovanni, il logos (il Verbum o la Parola) non si è fatto carne ma macchina, e se lo spirito soffia ormai anche sul non vivente, quali saranno le decisive trasformazioni cui andremo incontro? Quali sfide porrà la coabitazione tra Intelligenza Artificiale e intelligenza umana?Dominio e sottomissione sono i due termini di un rapporto di potere fortemente asimmetrico che innerva la storia dell'umanità e che nella civiltà occidentale ha conosciuto numerose metamorfosi. Di questa vicenda millenaria Remo Bodei offre qui una magistrale ricostruzione, mettendo a fuoco alcuni momenti esemplari e sempre soffermandosi sulle teorie filosofiche che hanno plasmato i nostri modi di pensare, sentire, agire, e sulle implicazioni antropologiche, politiche e culturali connesse ai cambiamenti. A partire dalla tradizione antica della schiavitù che trova in Aristotele la sua più potente legittimazione, il racconto si snoda lungo i secoli per concentrarsi sull'evoluzione delle macchine chiamate a sottrarre il lavoro umano prima agli sforzi fisici più pesanti, poi a quelli mentali più impegnativi. Un processo che continua oggi con i prodigiosi sviluppi dei robot e degli apparecchi dotati di Intelligenza Artificiale o, detto altrimenti, con il trasferimento extracorporeo di facoltà umane come l'intelligenza e la volontà, e il loro insediamento in dispositivi autonomi
- Essere una macchina: Un viaggio attraverso cyborg, utopisti, hacker e futurologi per risolvere il modesto problema della morte, Mark O’Donnell, Adelphi, 2018
«Intelligenza artificiale e nanotecnologie applicate al corpo umano ci renderanno migliori. I transumanisti prevedono l'azzeramento della vecchiaia e l'interazione tra persone e macchine. Il saggista Mark O'Connell esplora il loro mondo» - Robinson, La Repubblica «La cosa funziona così. Siete distesi su un tavolo operatorio, perfettamente coscienti, ma per il resto del tutto insensibili ne incapaci di muovervi. Una macchina umanoide appare al vostro fianco e si accinge al suo compito con movenze da cerimoniale. Con una rapida sequenza di gesti, asporta un’ampia sezione ossea dalla parte posteriore della vostra scatola cranica, per poi posare con cautela le sue dita sottili e delicate come zampe di ragno sulla superficie viscida del cervello. A questo punto, potrà capitarvi di avere qualche perplessità sulla procedura. Dimenticatevela, se potete. Siete troppo in là, ormai: non c’è modo di tornare indietro.» Tutto quanto O'Connell racconta sembra frutto di una fantasia vagamente allucinata. Solo che non lo è. I cilindri d'acciaio nel capannone criogenico vicino all'aeroporto di Phoenix contengono davvero i primi corpi umani in attesa di risvegliarsi in un futuro simile all'eternità. Ray Kurzweil, uno dei cervelli di Google, inghiotte davvero 150 pillole al giorno, convinto di vivere a tempo indeterminato. Elon Musk o Steve Wozniak sono serissimi quando dichiarano che di qui a poco la nostra mente potrà essere caricata su un computer, e da lì assumere una quantità di altre forme, non necessariamente organiche. Sì, il viaggio di O'Connell fra i transumanisti - fra coloro che sostengono che, nella Singolarità in cui stiamo entrando, i nostri concetti di vita, di morte, di essere umano andranno ripensati dalle fondamenta - porta molto più lontano di quanto a volte vorremmo. Regala sequenze indimenticabili, come la visita alla setta di biohacker che tentano di trasformarsi in cyborg. E apre uno dei primi, veri squarci sulla destinazione di una parte degli immani proventi accumulati nella Silicon Valley. "Che possibilità reali abbiamo di vivere mille anni?" chiede a un certo punto O'Connell a un guru del movimento, Aubrey de Grey. «Qualcosa più del cinquanta per cento» si sente rispondere. «Molto dipenderà dal livello dei finanziamenti»
- I nuovi immaginari dell’intelligenza artificiale, S. Bory, P. Bory, 2015
- Il capitalismo della sorveglianza: Il futuro dell’umanità nell’era dei nuovi poteri, Shoshana Zuboff, Roma, Luiss University Press, 2019
L’era che stiamo vivendo, caratterizzata da uno sviluppo senza precedenti della tecnologia, porta con sé una grave minaccia per la natura umana: un’architettura globale di sorveglianza, ubiqua e sempre all’erta, osserva e indirizza il nostro stesso comportamento per fare gli interessi di pochissimi – coloro i quali dalla compravendita dei nostri dati personali e delle predizioni sui comportamenti futuri traggono enormi ricchezze e un potere sconfinato. È il “capitalismo della sorveglianza”, lo scenario alla base del nuovo ordine economico che sfrutta l’esperienza umana sotto forma di dati come materia prima per pratiche commerciali segrete e il movimento di potere che impone il proprio dominio sulla società sfidando la democrazia e mettendo a rischio la nostra stessa libertà. Il libro di Shoshana Zuboff, frutto di anni di ricerca, mostra la pervasività e pericolosità di questo sistema, svelando come, spesso senza rendercene conto, stiamo di fatto pagando per farci dominare. Il capitalismo della sorveglianza, un’opera già classica e un libro imprescindibile per comprendere la nostra epoca, è l’incubo in cui è necessario immergersi per poter trovare la strada che ci conduca a un futuro più giusto – una strada difficile, complessa, in parte ancora sconosciuta, ma che non può che avere origine dal nostro dire “basta!”
- Intelligenza artificiale classica e psicologia cognitiva (Manuale di scienza cognitiva), Pessa – Pietronilla Penna, 2000
Ciò che distingue la scienza cognitiva dagli approcci filosofici del passato risiede nella convinzione che a tali questioni sia possibile rispondere soltanto promuovendo la cooperazione tra varie discipline: soprattutto la psicologia cognitiva, l'intelligenza artificiale e le neuroscienze. Scopo di questo manuale è fornire un'introduzione alla scienza cognitiva, che privilegia i contributi ad essa offerti dalle due discipline che l'hanno tenuta a battesimo: l'intelligenza artificiale classica e la psicologia cognitiva
- Intelligenza artificiale: Guida al futuro prossimo, Jerry Kaplan, 2018
Nel giro di poco tempo, l'intelligenza artificiale avrà sulle nostre vite un impatto pari a quello della rivoluzione industriale o della nascita del web. Macchine superintelligenti e capaci di apprendere e migliorarsi da sole potranno nei prossimi anni produrre enorme ricchezza e crescita, rischiando però di estromettere proprio gli esseri umani dal mercato del lavoro. L'impatto di queste nuove tecnologie sulla società non sarà peraltro limitato all'economia: sistemi capaci di mostrare (e provare?) emozioni saranno in grado di darci assistenza e conforto, oppure non faranno altro che alienarci dai nostri simili? In questo libro Jerry Kaplan, uno dei massimi esperti mondiali in materia, si presta a farci da guida attraverso i tanti aspetti tecnologici, economici e sociali dell'intelligenza artificiale, scomponendo i concetti di robot, machine learning e lavoro automatizzato, delineando incredibili scenari del nostro futuro più prossimo
- Intelligenza artificiale. Guida al prossimo futuro, Luiss University Press, KAPLAN J., 2017
Cos’è l’intelligenza artificiale? In che senso i computer possono pensare, provare emozioni e prendere decisioni? Che impatto avranno le nuove tecnologie su lavoro, società e diritto? È davvero possibile che le macchine si ribellino e prendano il sopravvento sugli uomini? Tutte le domande e le risposte sulla più grande rivoluzione in atto. Nel giro di poco tempo, l’intelligenza artificiale avrà sulle nostre vite un impatto pari a quello della rivoluzione industriale o della nascita del web. Macchine superintelligenti e capaci di apprendere e migliorarsi da sole potranno nei prossimi anni produrre enorme ricchezza e crescita, rischiando però di estromettere proprio gli esseri umani dal mercato del lavoro. L’impatto di queste nuove tecnologie sulla società non sarà peraltro limitato all’economia: sistemi capaci di mostrare (e provare?) emozioni saranno in grado di darci assistenza e conforto, oppure non faranno altro che alienarci dai nostri simili? In questo libro Jerry Kaplan, uno dei massimi esperti mondiali in materia, si presta a farci da guida attraverso i tanti aspetti tecnologici, economici e sociali dell’intelligenza artificiale, scomponendo i concetti di robot, machine learning e lavoro automatizzato, delineando incredibili scenari del nostro futuro più prossimo
- Intelligenza artificiale. Un approccio moderno, Stuart J. Russell – Peter Norvig, 2010
Un classico nell'ambito della letteratura sull'intelligenza artificiale, apprezzato per la sua presentazione equilibrata e precisa e per l'ampiezza e l'approfondimento dei contenuti. Questa nuova edizione riflette i cambiamenti emersi nel settore negli ultimi anni: numerosi infatti sono stati i progressi scientifici e tecnologici in campi quali riconoscimento vocale, traduzione automatica, veicoli autonomi, domotica ed estrazione di informazioni dal Web. Tutti gli argomenti, pertanto, sono stati aggiornati e approfonditi, dai tipi di rappresentazione della conoscenza che un agente intelligente può utilizzare alla pianificazione, dall'estrazione di dati sul web agli algoritmi di apprendimento
- Iperconnessi Perché i ragazzi oggi crescono meno ribelli, piú tolleranti, meno felici e del tutto impreparati a diventare adulti, Jean M. Twenge, 2018
Il libro al centro di articoli e discussioni in tutto il mondo. Un testo imprescindibile per capire la generazione smartphone
- L’intelligenza collettiva. Per un’antropologia del cyberspazio, Lévy P., 1996
Rete di reti che si basano sulla comunicazione "anarchica" di migliaia di centri informatici nel mondo, Internet è diventata oggi il simbolo del grande medium definito cyberspazio. Quanto poi al futuro che esso dischiude, non esiste un determinismo tecnologico o economico; si prospettano per i governi, i grandi operatori economici, i cittadini scelte politiche e culturali fondamentali. Non si tratta di ragionare esclusivamente in termini di impatto, ma anche di progetto, si tratta di inventare tecniche, sistemi di segni, forme di organizzazione sociale che permettano di pensare assieme, concentrare forze intellettuali e spirituali, moltiplicare immaginazioni ed esperienze, negoziare soluzioni pratiche ai problemi complessi
- La dittatura del Calcolo, Paolo Zellini, 2018
Perché la scienza non ha potuto prescindere dagli algoritmi, e da quanto tempo il calcolo è entrato prepotentemente in ogni settore della nostra vita? Che cosa può e che cosa non può essere automatizzato? La matematica possiede sempre e comunque le qualità che le sono generalmente attribuite, come l'utilità, l'armonia o l'efficacia in ogni sua applicazione? Questo libro offre una risposta penetrante e articolata a domande che appaiono oggi ineludibili. Zellini le affronta con un rigore e con una misura che fanno emergere con evidenza tutto l'interesse scientifico del pensiero algoritmico, come pure il carattere virtualmente apocalittico di ciò che appare ormai un dominio incontrastato del calcolo digitale. Se non si vogliono ignorare i princìpi di libertà e di responsabilità, non si può rimanere estranei o indifferenti alla diffusione di una scienza che si ispira a un criterio fondamentale di effettività e di efficienza meccanica, ultimo fondamento e pietra angolare del calcolo, ma anche causa di inevitabili pregiudizi e travisamenti
- La Quarta Rivoluzione. Come l’infosfera sta trasformando il mondo, Luciano Floridi, 2017
Chi siamo e che tipo di relazioni stabiliamo gli uni con gli altri? Luciano Floridi sostiene che gli sviluppi nel campo delle tecnologie dell’informazione e della comunicazione stiano modificando le risposte a domande così fondamentali. I confini tra la vita online e quella offline tendono a sparire e siamo ormai connessi gli uni con gli altri senza soluzione di continuità, diventando progressivamente parte integrante di un’“infosfera” globale. Questo passaggio epocale rappresenta niente meno che una quarta rivoluzione, dopo quelle di Copernico, Darwin e Freud. L’espressione “onlife” definisce sempre di più le nostre attività quotidiane: come facciamo acquisti, lavoriamo, ci divertiamo, coltiviamo le nostre relazioni. In ogni campo della vita, le tecnologie della comunicazione sono diventate forze che strutturano l’ambiente in cui viviamo, creando e trasformando la realtà. Saremo in grado di raccoglierne i frutti? Quali, invece, i rischi impliciti? Floridi suggerisce che dovremmo sviluppare un approccio in grado di rendere conto sia delle realtà naturali sia di quelle artificiali, in modo da affrontare con successo le sfide poste dalle tecnologie correnti e dalle attuali società dell’informazione
- La società automatica, Bernard Stiegler, Meltemi, 2019
La società automatica risponde politicamente e teoreticamente alle previsioni di un’eclissi dell’impiego salariato in Europa causata dall’automatizzazione generalizzata della produzione. La sua risposta, tuttavia, si estende anche alla crisi finanziaria, alla decadenza dei saperi, al potere dei big data, allo sfruttamento 24/7 delle facoltà cognitive e alle innovazioni dell’intelligenza artificiale, così come all’emergenza ecologica relativa al cambiamento climatico
- La tirannia della farfalla, Frank Schätzing, 2018
Dopo averci portato nelle profondità degli oceani col Quinto giorno e oltre i confini della Terra con Limit, Frank Schätzing ci conduce là dove le nostre migliori intenzioni precipitano nell'inferno dell'ambizione più sfrenata, mostrandoci le conseguenze più devastanti e imprevedibili del nostro ingegno. Sudan del Sud. È la stagione delle piogge: strade impraticabili, fiumi di fango, vento che spezza gli alberi. Ed è la stagione della guerra: ogni giorno i miliziani conquistano nuovi territori, massacrando uomini, donne e bambini. Ma non oggi. Oggi non piove, l’aria è immobile e la nebbia copre la foresta come un sudario. E, oggi, l’unità guidata dal maggiore Agok è pronta ad attaccare. Poi una vibrazione rompe il silenzio. È come la somma di migliaia di presenze, un muro di suono in movimento. Agok non vede nulla, finché qualcosa non si conficca nel tronco del baobab accanto al suo viso. Qualcosa che lo guarda. Ed è la fine. Sierra County, California. Non è stato un incidente. Di questo lo sceriffo Luther Opoku è certo. L’auto abbandonata contro un albero, le impronte di un uomo sul terreno, il cadavere della donna nel crepaccio: tutto indica che si è trattato di un omicidio. La vittima lavorava lì vicino, nell'inquietante, inaccessibile centro di ricerca di proprietà della Nordvisk, un gigante dell'innovazione tecnologica. Incastrata tra i sedili della macchina, poi, Luther scova una chiavetta USB, da cui riesce a recuperare alcuni video. In uno si vede un hangar enorme, attraversato da quello che sembra un ponte sospeso nel nulla. L’intuito suggerisce a Luther che lì si devono concentrare le indagini. Ma attraversare quel ponte significherà inoltrarsi in un autentico labirinto e accettare una sfida all’esistenza dell’umanità come noi la conosciamo…
- Le macchine sapienti – Intelligenze artificiali e decisioni umane, Paolo Benanti – Marietti, 2018
Lo sviluppo e la diffusione delle intelligenze artificiali sollevano nuovi problemi di natura etica. Che cosa accade, infatti, quando non sono gli uomini, ma le macchine a decidere? L’autore, noto a livello internazionale nell’ambito della bioetica e del dibattito sul rapporto tra teologia, bioingegneria e neuroscienze, guarda con favore alla diffusione delle «macchine sapienti» e ragiona sul fatto che i processi innovativi hanno valenza positiva solo se orientati a un progresso autenticamente umano che si concretizzi in un sincero impegno morale dei singoli e delle istituzioni nella ricerca del bene comune
- Le nuove vie della scoperta scientifica. Come l’intelligenza collettiva sta cambiando la scienza, Michael Nielsen, 2012
«Il cambiamento descritto in questo libro è una rivoluzione lenta, che negli anni ha acquisito velocità. È un cambiamento che molti scienziati non hanno colto o hanno sottovalutato, cosí assorbiti dal loro lavoro specialistico da non rendersi conto di quanto sia vasto l'impatto dei nuovi strumenti cognitivi; sono come surfisti troppo concentrati a fissare la schiuma delle onde per accorgersi che la marea si sta alzando. Ma non lasciatevi ingannare dalla natura lenta e silenziosa dei mutamenti attuali. Siamo nel mezzo di un grande cambiamento, che trasformerà il modo in cui si costruisce il sapere. Immaginate di essere vissuti nel XVII secolo, all'alba della scienza moderna: la maggior parte della gente non aveva idea della grande trasformazione in atto; ma anche se non eravate degli scienziati, anche se non avevate il minimo contatto con la scienza, non vi sarebbe piaciuto essere almeno informati della straordinaria trasformazione che avrebbe cambiato per sempre il nostro modo di capire il mondo? Oggi si sta verificando un cambiamento della stessa portata: stiamo reinventando la scoperta»
- Le persone non servono. Lavoro e ricchezza nell’epoca dell’Intelligenza artificiale, KAPLAN J., Luiss University Press, 2016
Dopo miliardi di dollari e cinquant'anni di sforzi, i ricercatori sono prossimi a decifrare una volta per tutte il codice dell'intelligenza artificiale. Il genere umano si trova sull'orlo di un cambiamento senza precedenti. Jerry Kaplan mostra come i più recenti progressi nel campo della robotica, del machine learning e nello studio dei sistemi percettivi possono darci benessere senza precedenti e, al tempo stesso, essere per noi una seria minaccia. Automobili senza pilota, aiutanti robot, consulenti finanziari automatizzati possono darci ricchezza e tempo libero, ma la transizione potrebbe essere brutale e protratta nel tempo, soprattutto se non affronteremo per tempo i grandi problemi rappresentati da un mercato del lavoro sempre più incerto e da crescenti disuguaglianze di reddito. Kaplan, con Le persone non servono, propone soluzioni di libero mercato e di politica sociale che possono aiutarci a evitare un lungo periodo di tumulti sociali, mostrando in modo a un tempo accessibile e completo le opportunità e i rischi dell'intelligenza artificiale. "Un eccezionale mix di aneddoti deliziosi e analisi accurata… Una preziosa riflessione su come l’intelligenza artificiale cambierà gli affari, il lavoro e – cosa ancor più interessante – la legge. Un libro che risplende per originalità e vigore"
- Macchine “che pensano” (e che fanno pensare), Bruno de Finetti, 1952, pubblicazioni delle Facoltà di Scienze ed Ingegneria dell’Università di Trieste), Bruno de Finetti, 1952
Cervelli giganti, Macchine che pensano: così definiscono le calcolatrici elettroniche coloro che più rimangono colpiti o intendono colpire rilevando quanto vaste e complesse operazioni del pensiero esse possono venir comandate ad eseguire . Semplici ausiliarie: così ribattono altri facendo rimarcare che si tratta pur sempre di operazioni che esse vengono comandate ad eseguire, cosicché la funzione creativa del pensare ri mane intangibile attributo dell’uomo che le costruisce e le usa
- Macchine come me, persone come voi, Ian McEwan, 2019
Con l’eredità che gli ha lasciato sua madre, Charlie Friend avrebbe potuto comprare casa in un quartiere elegante di Londra, sposare l’affascinante vicina del piano di sopra, Miranda, e coronare con lei il sogno di una tranquilla vita borghese. Ma molte cose, in questo 1982 alternativo, non sono andate com’era scritto. La guerra delle Falkland si è conclusa con la sconfitta dell’Inghilterra e i quattro Beatles hanno ripreso a calcare le scene. E con l’eredità Charlie ci ha comprato una macchina. Bellissima e potente, dotata di un nome e di un corpo, la macchina ha intelligenza e sentimenti e una coscienza propri: è l’androide Adam, creato dagli uomini a loro immagine e somiglianza. La sua stessa esistenza pone l’eterna domanda: in cosa consiste la natura umana?
- Macchine pensanti. L’evoluzione dell’intelligenza artificiale, Pratt, 1990
- Machine Learning: Il sesto chakra dell’intelligenza artificiale
Diego Gommar, 16 maggio 2020
Gosmar descrive i principi e i metodi essenziali del Machine Learning in modo chiaro, rendendo il libro una lettura adatta anche a lettori non informatici o data scientists esperti del settore. Anche i manager e i dipartimenti di innovazione delle aziende possono trarre vantaggio dalla lettura di questo libro, per comprendere meglio come il Machine Learning possa ottimizzare le proprie operazioni e aumentare la produttività, con un occhio al futuro
- Morale artificiale. Nanotecnologie, intelligenza artificiale, robot. Sfide e promesse, Gianni Manzone, EDB, 2020
Le nanotecnologie, che manipolano la materia a livello atomico e molecolare, trasformano anche la società. Nell'economia mettono pressione sugli altri prodotti e sugli altri processi affinché siano allineati all'introduzione dei suoi artefatti competitivi. Hanno potenzialmente la capacità di influenzare le istituzioni e di trasformare le relazioni sociali, il lavoro, l'economia. In altri termini, prende piede un modo diverso di vedere il mondo, di formare la nostra comprensione della natura, delle strutture e quadri legali, sociali ed etici. Nei prossimi vent'anni l'assistenza medica, la pubblica amministrazione, la politica, l'educazione, la scienza, il trasporto e la logistica dipenderanno sempre più dalle applicazioni che decideremo di usare in queste aree. È facile prevedere rischi e benefici per l'ambiente, la sicurezza e la salute, mentre è più complesso immaginare come sopravviveranno, per esempio, la privacy e le libertà civili in un mondo in cui ogni artefatto, non importa quanto a buon prezzo, è incluso in una rete di computer
- Nemmeno gli struzzi lo fanno più: Vivere bene con l’Intelligenza Artificiale, Tatiana Coviello, 2019
Tutti parlano della società digitale e dei cambiamenti che ne derivano. Questo libro - in maniera convincente e veramente godibile - conduce il lettore a capirne le caratteristiche, di come cambieremo noi e delle nuove competenze da acquisire. La trasformazione in atto ci spinge ad acquisire non solo competenze ma anche una agilità tecnologica e sociale. L'ultima parte del libro è assolutamente imperdibile, con una vena di ironia l'autrice spiega quali modelli mentali ci aiuteranno a rimanere rilevanti in un mondo che cambia a velocità esponenziale. Un libro con strumenti, storie e riflessioni che aiutano a crescere, come persone non solo come professionisti: assolutamente da non perdere.”(Paolo Gallo, international best seller autor e HR DirectorWorld Economic Forum) Con semplicità, garbo e grande chiarezza, il testo riassume le sfide dei prossimi anni, riuscendo a declinare il tema in modo adatto a tutte le generazioni. Possiamo permetterci di fare come gli struzzi? Ovviamente no
- Nilsson, Intelligenza artificiale, Apogeo 2002
Il nome di Nilsson è legato ad una serie di testi di riferimento per studiosi di intelligenza artificiale. In questo volume Nilsson propone una "nuova sintesi" della materia, una prospettiva unitaria, basata sul paradigma degli agenti intelligenti, entro la quale inquadrare l'ampio ventaglio di teorie e tecniche applicative in cui si è differenziata la disciplina. Seguendo questo filo conduttore l'autore presenta le tematiche salienti e le principali applicazioni dell'intelligenza artificiale, dalle reti neurali alla visione robotica, dall'elaborazione del linguaggio naturale al data mining
- Robotica e Intelligenza Artificiale: l’impatto dell’infosfera sulla vita dell’uomo (atti del Convegno Internazionale presso Università per stranieri di Perugia, Lino Conti, 2018
- Superintelligenza. Tendenze, pericoli, strategie, Nick Boston, 2018
Siamo proprio certi che riusciremo a governare senza problemi una macchina «superintelligente» dopo che l’avremo costruita? Se lo scopo dell’attuale ricerca sull’Intelligenza Artificiale è quello di costruire delle macchine fornite di un’intelligenza generale paragonabile a quella umana, quanto tempo occorrerà a quelle macchine, una volta costruite, per superare e surclassare le nostre capacità intellettive? Poco, ci informa Bostrom, pochissimo. Una volta raggiunto un livello di intelligenza paragonabile al nostro, alle macchine basterà un piccolo passo per «decollare» esponenzialmente, dando origine a superintelligenze che per noi risulteranno rapidamente inarrivabili. A quel punto le nostre creature potrebbero scapparci di mano, non necessariamente per «malvagità», ma anche solo come effetto collaterale della loro attività. Potrebbero arrivare a distruggerci o addirittura a distruggere il mondo intero. Per questo – sostiene Bostrom – dobbiamo preoccuparcene ora. Per non rinunciare ai benefici che l’Intelligenza Artificiale potrà apportare, è necessario che la ricerca tecnologica si ponga adesso le domande che questo libro pone con enorme chiarezza e chiaroveggenza
- The Law of Artificial Intelligence, Matt Hervey; Dr Matthew Lavy, 2020
The Law of Artificial Intelligence is an essential practitioner's reference text examining how key areas of current civil and criminal law will apply to AI and examining emerging laws specific to the use of AI. It explains the fundamentals of AI technology, its development and terminology. The book also covers regulation, ethics and the use of AI within legal services and the administration of justice. The book is edited by Matt Hervey, Head of Artificial Intelligence at Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, and Matthew Lavy, 4 Pump Court, an expert on disputes involving technology. The chapters are by specialists from the bar, private practice and academia
- To Be a Machine: Adventures Among Cyborgs, Utopians, Hackers, and the Futurists Solving the Modest Problem of Death, Mark O’Connell, 2018
Transhumanism is a movement pushing the limits of our bodies—our capabilities, intelligence, and lifespans—in the hopes that, through technology, we can become something better than ourselves. It has found support among Silicon Valley billionaires and some of the world’s biggest businesses. In To Be a Machine, journalist Mark O'Connell explores the staggering possibilities and moral quandaries that present themselves when you of think of your body as a device. He visits the world's foremost cryonics facility to witness how some have chosen to forestall death. He discovers an underground collective of biohackers, implanting electronics under their skin to enhance their senses. He meets a team of scientists urgently investigating how to protect mankind from artificial superintelligence. Where is our obsession with technology leading us? What does the rise of AI mean not just for our offices and homes, but for our humanity? Could the technologies we create to help us eventually bring us to harm? Addressing these questions, O'Connell presents a profound, provocative, often laugh-out-loud-funny look at an influential movement. In investigating what it means to be a machine, he offers a surprising meditation on what it means to be human
- Umanesimo digitale. Un’etica per l’epoca dell’Intelligenza Artificiale, Julian Nida-Rümelin / Nathalie Weidenfeld, 2019
Questo libro getta un ponte tra riflessione filosofica, cinema, letteratura, scienze naturali e tecnologie informatiche. Con una prosa appassionata gli autori argomentano a favore di quello che definiscono “umanesimo digitale”: un’alternativa all’imperante ideologia della Silicon Valley. Una posizione attenta alle esigenze della tecnica e a quelle degli uomini, che si distingue dalle visioni apocalittiche, perché confida nella ragione umana, e da quelle tecno-entusiastiche, perché riconosce i limiti della tecnologia digitale
- Vita 3.0. Essere umani nell’era dell’intelligenza artificiale, Max Tegmark, 2018
In che modo l’intelligenza artificiale influirà su giustizia, occupazione, società e sul senso stesso di essere umani? Come possiamo far crescere la nostra prosperità grazie all’automazione senza che le persone perdano reddito? Le macchine alla fine ci supereranno sostituendo gli umani nel mercato del lavoro? L’intelligenza artificiale aiuterà la vita a fiorire come mai prima d’ora o ci darà un potere più grande di quello che siamo in grado di gestire? Questo libro offre gli strumenti per partecipare alla riflessione sul tipo di futuro che vogliamo e che noi, come specie, vorremmo creare. Non teme di affrontare l’intero spettro dei punti di vista o i temi più controversi: dalla superintelligenza al significato, alla coscienza e ai limiti ultimi che la fi sica impone alla vita nel cosmo
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Agriculture Market Analysis by Size, Share, Growth, Trends up to 2025
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- Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Drug Discovery Market 2020 Updated & COVID 19 Outbreak Impact Analysis | Microsoft Corporation, NVIDIA Corporation, IBM Corporation, Google Inc.
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- Artificial Intelligence for Breast MRI in 2008–2018: A Systematic Mapping Review, Marina Codari, Simone Schiaffino, Francesco Sardanelli, and Rubina Manuela Trimboli
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study is to review literature from the past decade on applications of artificial intelligence (AI) to breast MRI. MATERIALS AND METHODS. In June 2018, a systematic search of the literature was performed to identify articles on the use of AI in breast MRI. For each article identified, the surname of the first author, year of publication, journal of publication, Web of Science Core Collection journal category, country of affiliation of the first author, study design, dataset, study aim(s), AI methods used, and, when available, diagnostic performance were recorded. RESULTS. Sixty-seven studies, 58 (87%) of which had a retrospective design, were analyzed. When journal categories were considered, 36% of articles were identified as being included in the radiology and imaging journal category. Contrast-enhanced sequences were used for most AI applications (n = 50; 75%) and, on occasion, were combined with other MRI sequences (n = 8; 12%). Four main clinical aims were addressed: breast lesion classification (n = 36; 54%), image processing (n = 14; 21%), prognostic imaging (n = 9; 13%), and response to neoadjuvant therapy (n = 8; 12%). Artificial neural networks, support vector machines, and clustering were the most frequently used algorithms, accounting for 66%. The performance achieved and the most frequently used techniques were then analyzed according to specific clinical aims. Supervised learning algorithms were primarily used for lesion characterization, with the AUC value from ROC analysis ranging from 0.74 to 0.98 (median, 0.87) and with that from prognostic imaging ranging from 0.62 to 0.88 (median, 0.80), whereas unsupervised learning was mainly used for image processing purposes. CONCLUSION. Interest in the application of advanced AI methods to breast MRI is growing worldwide. Although this growth is encouraging, the current performance of AI applications in breast MRI means that such applications are still far from being incorporated into clinical practice.
- Artificial Intelligence for Medical Image Analysis: A Guide for Authors and Reviewers, Joseph R. England and Phillip M. Cheng
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this article is to highlight best practices for writing and reviewing articles on artificial intelligence for medical image analysis. CONCLUSION. Artificial intelligence is in the early phases of application to medical imaging, and patient safety demands a commitment to sound methods and avoidance of rhetorical and overly optimistic claims. Adherence to best practices should elevate the quality of articles submitted to and published by clinical journals.
- Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture Market Worth $4.0 Billion by 2026 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets
According to the new market research report "Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture Market by Technology (Machine Learning, Computer Vision, and Predictive Analytics), Offering (Software, Hardware, AI-as-a-Service, and Services), Application, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2026", published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture Market is estimated to be USD 1.0 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 4.0 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 25.5% between 2020 and 2026. The market growth is driven by the increasing implementation of data generation through sensors and aerial images for crops, increasing crop productivity through deep-learning technology, and government support for the adoption of modern agricultural techniques. Request for PDF Brochure: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=159957009
- Artificial Intelligence in Breast Imaging: Potentials and Limitations, Ellen B. Mendelson
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this article is to discuss potential applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in breast imaging and limitations that may slow or prevent its adoption. CONCLUSION. The algorithms of AI for workflow improvement and outcome analyses are advancing. Using imaging data of high quality and quantity, AI can support breast imagers in diagnosis and patient management, but AI cannot yet be relied on or be responsible for physicians' decisions that may affect survival. Education in AI is urgently needed for physicians.
- Artificial Intelligence in Cardiothoracic Radiology, William F. Auffermann1, Elliott K. Gozansky and Srini Tridandapani
OBJECTIVE. The goal of this article is to examine some of the current cardiothoracic radiology applications of artificial intelligence in general and deep learning in particular. CONCLUSION. Artificial intelligence has been used for the analysis of medical images for decades. Recent advances in computer algorithms and hardware, coupled with the availability of larger labeled datasets, have brought about rapid advances in this field. Many of the more notable recent advances have been in the artificial intelligence subfield of deep learning.
- Artificial Intelligence in China: Landscape Analysis of Key AI Technologies, Arnold Gao, Arun Chandrasekaran, 2020
AI is an important area of investment in China, with a rapidly evolving ecosystem. Enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders should stay abreast of emerging technologies being developed and assess the opportunities and risks from megavendors’ strategies and startups in that market
- Artificial Intelligence in IoT Market Outlook, Recent Trends and Growth Forecast 2020-2025
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- Artificial Intelligence in Marketing 2020-2027 Growth Analysis and Forecast
Artificial Intelligence in Marketing Industry 2020 Global Market Analysis report gives the In-depth analysis of historical data along with size, share, growth, demand, revenue and forecast of the global Artificial Intelligence in Marketing and estimates the future trend of market on the basis of this detailed study. The report shares market performance both in terms of volume and revenue and this factor which is useful & helpful to the business. To get sample Copy of the report, along with the TOC, Statistics, and Tables please visit @ https://www.theinsightpartners.com/sample/TIPRE00002954/
- Artificial Intelligence in Musculoskeletal Imaging: Current Status and Future Directions, Soterios Gyftopoulos, Dana Lin, Florian Knoll, Ankur M. Doshi …
OBJECTIVE. The objective of this article is to show how artificial intelligence (AI) has impacted different components of the imaging value chain thus far as well as to describe its potential future uses. CONCLUSION. The use of AI has the potential to greatly enhance every component of the imaging value chain. From assessing the appropriateness of imaging orders to helping predict patients at risk for fracture, AI can increase the value that musculoskeletal imagers provide to their patients and to referring clinicians by improving image quality, patient centricity, imaging efficiency, and diagnostic accuracy.
- Artificial Intelligence in Precision Medicine Market Professional Market, Top key players – Intel AI,IBM,GE Healthcare,Thermo Fisher Scientific Post author, email@example.com, 2020
Global Artificial Intelligence in Precision Medicine Market Professional Market 2020 Research Report The Global Artificial Intelligence in Precision Medicine Market Professional Market 2020 Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of Artificial Intelligence in Precision Medicine Market Professional Market. The key manufacturers covered in this report are: Intel AI,IBM,GE Healthcare,Thermo Fisher Scientific,Qiagen,Berg Health,Medasense Biometrics. The final report will add the analysis of the Impact of Covid-19 in this report Cell-Free DNA (cfDNA) Testing industry.
- Artificial Intelligence in Video Games Market Size by Top Key Players, Growth Opportunities, Incremental Revenue , Outlook and Forecasts to 2026
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- Artificial Intelligence Maturity Mode, Svetlana Sicular, Bern Elliot, Whit Andrews, Pieter den Hamer, 2020
Artificial intelligence technologies impact most application categories and many business challenges. Data and analytics leaders can use our AI maturity model to accelerate and optimize their AI strategy and implementations to achieve the best value from AI technologies
- Artificial Intelligence Platform Market Research, Recent Trends and Growth Forecast 2025
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- Artificial Intelligence Software Industry Size 2019, Market Opportunities, Share Analysis up to 2025
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- Artificial Intelligence Software System Market Forecast 2020-2025, Latest Trends and Opportunities
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- Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare Market Share Analysis and Research Report by 2025
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- Artificial Intelligence Trends: Decision Augmentation, Procurement Research Team, 2020
Organizations report that AI, especially related to decision augmentation, has high potential to influence corporate decision making. We provide a comprehensive review for procurement leaders of recent use cases, technology and adoption trends related to applications of AI in decision augmentation
- Assessing DevOps in Artificial Intelligence Initiatives, Carlton Sapp, 2020
Organizations increasingly rely on rapidly delivering and productionizing AI to achieve goals. DevOps plays a significant role in shaping how data and analytics technical professionals deploy AI. This research assesses the practice of DevOps in AI initiatives
- Augmented Analytics Market Analysis, Trends, Forecast, 2018 – 2025, Sameer Joshi, 2020
Augmented analytics embeds machine learning algorithms, natural language generation, and other advanced analytics functionality into business intelligence (BI) to automate insights. Augmented analytics comprises data preparation, data discovery, and augmented data science and machine learning (ML). Augmented analytics utilizes automated ML to transform how data is developed, consumed, and shared. Non-technical users can easily interface with augmented analytics solutions by asking questions directly and getting answers instantly, radically decreasing reporting time, and accelerating strategy and performance. The growing adoption of it will enable organizations to optimize decisions and actions of not only data scientists but also all employees. To get sample Copy of the report, along with the TOC, Statistics, and Tables please visit @: https://www.premiummarketinsights.com/sample/AMR00014108 Rise in need to democratize the analytics and increase productivity, increase in awareness of enterprises to utilize growing streams of data from various sources in innovative ways, and to make the work of citizen data scientists and business users easier are some of the major factors that drive the growth of the global augmented analytics market. In addition, adoption of modern business intelligence tools by enterprises, which utilize artificial intelligence algorithms and machine learning is expected to fuel the growth of the market. Leading Players in the Augmented Analytics Market: IBM Corporation, Qlik, Tableau Software, Tibco Software, Salesforce, Sisense Inc., SAP SE, SAS Institute, Microsoft, and ThoughtSpot.
- Augmented Analytics Market Exclusive Report by 2027 | IBM Corpo, Microsoft Corpo, Oracle Corpo, QlikTech International, SAP SE, SAS Post author, Sameer Joshi, 2020
The latest market intelligence study on Augmented Analytics relies on the statistics derived from both primary and secondary research to present insights pertaining to the forecasting model, opportunities, and competitive landscape of Augmented Analytics market for the forecast period. Using the powers of machine learning for automating data insights fir enabling good visualizations of data to the end-user is defined as augmented analytics. Augmented analytics enables scientists and data analysts to formulate various strategies on different business aspects. Accessible augmented analytics creates citizen data scientists and improves accountability and empowerment. These solutions produce better decisions, more accurate business predictions and measurable analysis of product and service offerings, pricing, financials, production and other aspects of business.
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- Augmented and Virtual Reality in Healthcare Market Major Drivers and Challenges by: Google, Atheer, Psious, Microsoft, Medical Realities, reportsintellect, 2020
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- Augmented and Virtual Reality Software and Service Market Top Key Players Analysis till 2024 by: Mozilla, Google, Apple, Pixar, Facebook
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- Augmented Intelligence Market 2020: Current Trend, Demand, Scope, Business Strategies, Technology Development, Future Investment And Forecast 2025
The global augmented intelligence market report [5 Years Forecast 2020-2025] focuses on the COVID19 Outbreak Impact analysis of key points influencing the growth of the market. Providing info like market competitive situation, product scope, market overview, opportunities, driving force and market risks. The report has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of augmented intelligence market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis. Top Company Profile covers: SparkCognition, Microsoft Cognitive services, Numenta and IBM Watson among several others Get Sample PDF (including COVID19 Impact Analysis, full TOC, Tables and Figures) at: https://www.adroitmarketresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/769
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Adroit market research anticipate the Augmented Intelligence Market to be among the fastest-growing sectors worldwide in the coming years. The augmented intelligence Market is broadly studied by the authors of the report with large focus on the vendor landscape, regional expansion, leading segments, rising trends and key opportunities, and other important subjects. The report highlights powerful factors augmenting the demand in the augmented intelligence market and even those hampering the global market growth
- Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Aerospace Market Research 2020 by: Vuzix, Epson, Google Inc., Microsoft, Magic Leap Inc, Kopin Corporation
Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Aerospace Market research report displays the market size, share, status, production, cost analysis, and market value with the forecast period 2020-2025. The overall analysis of Advanced Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Aerospace Market covers an overview of the industry policies. The report also details the information about the top key players, sales, revenue, future trends, research findings, and opportunities. The prime objective of this report is to help the user understand the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Aerospace Market in terms of its definition, segmentation, market potential, influential trends, and the challenges that the market is facing. Get Sample Copy of this Report at https://www.reportsintellect.com/sample-request/1072161?ata Some of the leading market players: Vuzix, Epson, Google Inc., Microsoft, Magic Leap Inc, Kopin Corporation
- Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Technical Professionals Primer for 2020, Carlton Sapp, 2020
Analytics and AI techniques, driven by advances in machine learning, are rapidly evolving to support digital businesses at scale. Technical professionals must mature analytics capabilities with modern solutions and architectures to accelerate delivery
- Can Texture Analysis Be Used to Distinguish Benign From Malignant Adrenal Nodules on Unenhanced CT, Contrast-Enhanced CT, or In-Phase and Opposed-Phase MRI?, Lisa M. Ho, Ehsan Samei, Maciej A. Mazurowski, Yuese Zheng …
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study is to determine whether second-order texture analysis can be used to distinguish lipid-poor adenomas from malignant adrenal nodules on unenhanced CT, contrast-enhanced CT (CECT), and chemical-shift MRI. MATERIALS AND METHODS. In this retrospective study, 23 adrenal nodules (15 lipid-poor adenomas and eight adrenal malignancies) in 20 patients (nine female patients and 11 male patients; mean age, 59 years [range, 15–80 years]) were assessed. All patients underwent unenhanced CT, CECT, and chemical-shift MRI. Twenty-one second-order texture features from the gray-level cooccurrence matrix and gray-level run-length matrix were calculated in 3D. The mean values for 21 texture features and four imaging features (lesion size, unenhanced CT attenuation, CECT attenuation, and signal intensity index) were compared using a t test. The diagnostic performance of texture analysis versus imaging features was also compared using AUC values. Multivariate logistic regression models to predict malignancy were constructed for texture analysis and imaging features. RESULTS. Lesion size, unenhanced CT attenuation, and the signal intensity index showed significant differences between benign and malignant adrenal nodules. No significant difference was seen for CECT attenuation. Eighteen of 21 CECT texture features and nine of 21 unenhanced CT texture features revealed significant differences between benign and malignant adrenal nodules. CECT texture features (mean AUC value, 0.80) performed better than CECT attenuation (mean AUC value, 0.60). Multivariate logistic regression models showed that CECT texture features, chemical-shift MRI texture features, and imaging features were predictive of malignancy. CONCLUSION. Texture analysis has a potential role in distinguishing benign from malignant adrenal nodules on CECT and may decrease the need for additional imaging studies in the workup of incidentally discovered adrenal nodules.
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Quantification Using CT Texture Analysis and Densitometry: Results From the Danish Lung Cancer Screening, Trial Lauge Sørensen, Mads Nielsen, Jens Petersen, Jesper H. Pedersen …
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study is to establish whether texture analysis and densitometry are complementary quantitative measures of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in a lung cancer screening setting. MATERIALS AND METHODS. This was a retrospective study of data collected prospectively (in 2004–2010) in the Danish Lung Cancer Screening Trial. The texture score, relative area of emphysema, and percentile density were computed for 1915 baseline low-dose lung CT scans and were evaluated, both individually and in combination, for associations with lung function (i.e., forced expiratory volume in 1 second as a percentage of predicted normal [FEV1% predicted]), diagnosis of mild to severe COPD, and prediction of a rapid decline in lung function. Multivariate linear regression models with lung function as the outcome were compared using the likelihood ratio test or the Vuong test, and AUC values for diagnostic and prognostic capabilities were compared using the DeLong test. RESULTS. Texture showed a significantly stronger association with lung function (p < 0.001 vs densitometric measures), a significantly higher diagnostic AUC value (for COPD, 0.696; for Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) grade 1, 0.648; for GOLD grade 2, 0.768; and for GOLD grade 3, 0.944; p < 0.001 vs densitometric measures), and a higher but not significantly different association with lung function decline. In addition, only texture could predict a rapid decline in lung function (AUC value, 0.538; p < 0.05 vs random guessing). The combination of texture and both densitometric measures strengthened the association with lung function and decline in lung function (p < 0.001 and p < 0.05, respectively, vs texture) but did not improve diagnostic or prognostic performance. CONCLUSION. The present study highlights texture as a promising quantitative CT measure of COPD to use alongside, or even instead of, densitometric measures. Moreover, texture may allow early detection of COPD in subjects who undergo lung cancer screening.
- Combat Digital Transformation Fatigue by Applying a Neuroscience Finding, Daniel Sanchez Reina, Mary Mesaglio, 2020
Digital transformation can cause change fatigue in organizations, putting the initiative at risk of failure, due to too much change or change for nothing. CIOs can use a neuroscience finding to mitigate that risk
- Comparison of Artificial Intelligence–Based Fully Automatic Chest CT Emphysema Quantification to Pulmonary Function Testing,Andreas M. Fischer, Akos Varga-Szemes, Marly van Assen, L. Parkwood Griffith …
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study was to evaluate an artificial intelligence (AI)-based prototype algorithm for fully automated quantification of emphysema on chest CT compared with pulmonary function testing (spirometry). MATERIALS AND METHODS. A total of 141 patients (72 women, mean age ± SD of 66.46 ± 9.7 years [range, 23–86 years]; 69 men, mean age of 66.72 ± 11.4 years [range, 27–91 years]) who underwent both chest CT acquisition and spirometry within 6 months were retrospectively included. The spirometry-based Tiffeneau index (TI; calculated as the ratio of forced expiratory volume in the first second to forced vital capacity) was used to measure emphysema severity; a value less than 0.7 was considered to indicate airway obstruction. Segmentation of the lung based on two different reconstruction methods was carried out by using a deep convolution image-to-image network. This multilayer convolutional neural network was combined with multilevel feature chaining and depth monitoring. To discriminate the output of the network from ground truth, an adversarial network was used during training. Emphysema was quantified using spatial filtering and attenuation-based thresholds. Emphysema quantification and TI were compared using the Spearman correlation coefficient. RESULTS. The mean TI for all patients was 0.57 ± 0.13. The mean percentages of emphysema using reconstruction methods 1 and 2 were 9.96% ± 11.87% and 8.04% ± 10.32%, respectively. AI-based emphysema quantification showed very strong correlation with TI (reconstruction method 1, ρ = −0.86; reconstruction method 2, ρ = −0.85; both p < 0.0001), indicating that AI-based emphysema quantification meaningfully reflects clinical pulmonary physiology. CONCLUSION. AI-based, fully automated emphysema quantification shows good correlation with TI, potentially contributing to an image-based diagnosis and quantification of emphysema severity.
- Critical Capabilities for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms, Pieter den Hamer, Alexander Linden, Carlie Idoine, Erick Brethenoux, Jim Hare, Svetlana Sicular, Farhan Choudhary, Peter Kerensky, 2020
The functions and features of data science and machine learning platforms are evolving quickly to keep pace with a highly innovative space. This research helps data and analytics leaders to evaluate 16 of these platforms across 15 critical capabilities
- Data Engineering for Machine Learning in Women’s Imaging and Beyond, Chen Cui, Shinn-Huey S. Chou, Laura Brattain, Constance D. Lehman …
OBJECTIVE. Data engineering is the foundation of effective machine learning model development and research. The accuracy and clinical utility of machine learning models fundamentally depend on the quality of the data used for model development. This article aims to provide radiologists and radiology researchers with an understanding of the core elements of data preparation for machine learning research. We cover key concepts from an engineering perspective, including databases, data integrity, and characteristics of data suitable for machine learning projects, and from a clinical perspective, including the HIPAA, patient consent, avoidance of bias, and ethical concerns related to the potential to magnify health disparities. The focus of this article is women's imaging; nonetheless, the principles described apply to all domains of medical imaging. CONCLUSION. Machine learning research is inherently interdisciplinary: effective collaboration is critical for success. In medical imaging, radiologists possess knowledge essential for data engineers to develop useful datasets for machine learning model development.
- Deep Learning Market Growth Opportunities, Challenges, Key Companies, Drivers and Forecast to 2026
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- Deep Learning Model to Assess Cancer Risk on the Basis of a Breast MR Image Alone, Tally Portnoi, Adam Yala, Tal Schuster, Regina Barzilay …
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study is to develop an image-based deep learning (DL) model to predict the 5-year risk of breast cancer on the basis of a single breast MR image from a screening examination. MATERIALS AND METHODS. We collected 1656 consecutive breast MR images from screening examinations performed for 1183 high-risk women from January 2011 to June 2013, to predict the risk of cancer developing within 5 years of the screening. Women who lacked a 5-year screening follow-up examination and women who had cancer other than primary breast cancer develop in their breast were excluded from the study. We developed a logistic regression model based on traditional risk factors (the risk factor logistic regression [RF-LR] model) and a DL model based on the MR image alone (the Image-DL model). Examinations occurring within 6 months of a cancer diagnosis were excluded from the testing sets in each fold of cross-validation. We compared our models against the Tyrer-Cuzick (TC) model. All models were evaluated using mean (± SD) AUC values and observed-to-expected (OE) ratios across 10-fold cross-validation. RESULTS. The RF-LR and Image-DL models achieved mean AUC values of 0.558 ± 0.108 and 0.638 ± 0.094, respectively. In contrast, the TC model achieved an AUC value of 0.493 ± 0.092. The Image-DL and RF-LR models achieved mean OE ratios of 0.993 ± 0.658 and 0.828 ± 0.181, compared with the mean OE ratio of 1.091 ± 0.255 obtained using the TC model. CONCLUSION. Our DL model can assess the 5-year cancer risk on the basis of a breast MR image alone, and it showed improved individual risk discrimination when compared with a state-of-the-art risk assessment model. These results offer promising preliminary data regarding the potential of image-based risk assessment models to support more personalized care.
- Deep Learning Software Market Expected to Witness the Highest Growth 2025 with Top Key Players Microsoft, Google, IBM, Amazon Web Services, etc
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- Demystifying Artificial Intelligence: AI in Total Rewards and Performance Management, 2020
Artificial intelligence is growing rapidly in prevalence, but total rewards leaders struggle to understand what it can do for their function. This presentation details four use cases for AI in total rewards and performance management, and steps to prepare for implementation
- Effect of CT Reconstruction Algorithm on the Diagnostic Performance of Radiomics Models: A Task-Based Approach for Pulmonary Subsoil Nodules, Hyungjin Kim, Chang Min Park, Jeonghwan Gwak, Eui Jin Hwang …
OBJECTIVE. We investigated whether the diagnostic performance of machine learning–based radiomics models for the discrimination of invasive pulmonary adenocarcinomas (IPAs) among subsolid nodules (SSNs) was affected by the proportion of images reconstructed with filtered back projection (FBP) and model-based iterative reconstruction (MBIR) in datasets used for feature extraction. MATERIALS AND METHODS. This retrospective study included 60 patients (23 men and 37 women; mean age, 61.4 years) with 69 SSNs (54 part-solid and 15 pure ground-glass nodules). Preoperative CT scans were reconstructed with both FBP and MBIR. A total of 860 radiomics features were obtained from the entire nodule volume, and 70 resampled nodule datasets with an increasing proportion of nodules with MBIR-derived features (from 0/69 to 69/69) were prepared. After feature selection using neighborhood component analysis, support vector machines (SVMs) and an ensemble model were used as classifiers for the differentiation of IPAs. The diagnostic performances of all blending proportions of reconstruction algorithms were calculated and analyzed. RESULTS. The ROC AUC and the diagnostic accuracy of the radiomics models decreased significantly as the number of nodules with MBIR-derived features increased, and this relationship followed cubic functions (R2 = 0.993 and 0.926 for SVM; R2 = 0.993 and 0.975 for the ensemble model; p < 0.001). The magnitude of variation in AUC due to the reconstruction algorithm heterogeneity was 0.39 for SVM and 0.39 for the ensemble model. CONCLUSION. Inclusion of CT scans reconstructed with MBIR for radiomics modeling can significantly decrease diagnostic performance for the identification of IPAs.
- Emerging Technologies and Trends Impact Radar: Artificial Intelligence, Annette Jump, Eric Goodness, Nick Ingelbrecht, Alys Woodward, Anthony Bradley, 2019
How far artificial intelligence technologies and techniques are from early mainstream adoption is a crucial reference point for planning product portfolios and roadmaps. Therefore, product managers must understand the timing and potential impact of AI technologies across market segments and sectors
- exture Analysis of Imaging: What Radiologists Need to Know, Bino A. Varghese, Steven Y. Cen, Darryl H. Hwang and Vinay A. Duddalwar
OBJECTIVE. Radiologic texture is the variation in image intensities within an image and is an important part of radiomics. The objective of this article is to discuss some parameters that affect the performance of texture metrics and propose recommendations that can guide both the design and evaluation of future radiomics studies. CONCLUSION. A variety of texture-extraction techniques are used to assess clinical imaging data. Currently, no consensus exists regarding workflow, including acquisition, extraction, or reporting of variable settings leading to poor reproducibility.
- Gartner Survey Reveals Leading Organizations Expect to Double the Number of AI Projects In Place Within the Next Year, Stamford Conn., 2019
Improved Customer Experience and Task Automation Are Key Drivers of AI Use
- Getting Real About AI, Data Science and Machine Learning: Gartner Talks, Austin Kronz – Peter Kerensky, 2020
Discussion Topics: What is the role of governance and regulation in the age of AI; Which technologies will best enable your data science and machine learning initiatives; What is the role of citizen data scientists. So many questions still surround artificial intelligence (AI), data science and machine learning. Yet, the questions are getting far less theoretical as more organizations look to take advantage of these technologies now. Organizations are asking more about how they can apply these technologies, how long it will take to gain the benefits, and how to train staff -- or if they need to hire new staff. Join us for this complimentary video webinar as Gartner experts Austin Kronz and Peter Krensky address the most pressing questions asked directly by your peers
- Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Cybersecurity Market, Analysis, Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Threats, Trends, Applications, And Forecast To 2029, 2020
- Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Transportation Market -Industry Analysis and Forecast (2020-2027)
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- Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market: Investments vs Potential, 2020
The scope of this report is broad and covers the global markets for artificial intelligence, which is increasingly being implemented across a wide range of industries for various applications.The market is broken down by solution, end-user industry, technology and region. Revenue forecasts from 2019 to 2024 are presented for each type, technology, end-user industry, and regional market. The report also includes a discussion of the major players in each regional market for artificial intelligence.It explains the major market drivers of the global market, current trends in the industry and the regional dynamics of the artificial intelligence market. The report concludes with detailed profiles of major vendors in the global artificial intelligence industry
- Global Artificial Intelligence for Defense – Market and Technology Forecast to 2028, 2020
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a fast-developing field of technology with possibly substantial implications for national security. Defense departments of countries spanning the US, European Union, Russia, and China are financing the development of AI applications for a range of military functions. AI research is underway in the fields of intelligence collection and analysis, logistics, cyber operations, information operations, command and control, and in a variety of semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles. Already, AI has been incorporated into military operations in Iraq and Syria
- Global Artificial Intelligence in Oil and Gas Market 2020 Growing Demand, Latest Trends and Developments, Growth Analysis Till 2025
The study is based on the estimation of the trends, which are based on the present, future and the strategies which are used in the past. It also determines and estimates the views and opinions which are expressed by the consumers. These are used for the prediction and analysis of the market for the estimated forecast period. This report emphases on consumption, market share and growth rate of Global Artificial Intelligence in Oil and Gas Market. The Global Artificial Intelligence in Oil and Gas Market report supplies business outlining, requirements, contact information and product image of important manufacturers of Global Artificial Intelligence in Oil and Gas Market. Request a sample of this report @ https://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/4586181 The study also provides detailed analysis of the market, which consists of the growth of the regions, which is one of the major aspects which is likely to have an impact on the market. The strengths and the political factors, which are likely to affect the market is also covered in detail for the estimation of the market in the estimated forecast. Moreover, increased demand for the growth of the products in the specific market is also one of the major attributes which are likely to have an impact on the growth of the market in the estimated forecast period. Key vendors/manufacturers in the market: IBM (US), Numenta (US), Accenture (Republic of Ireland), Intel (US), Oracle (US), Microsoft (US), Inbenta (US), NVIDIA Corporation(US), Google (US), Sentient technologies (US), Hortonworks (US), General, Vision (US), Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands), Infosys (India), Cisco (US), FuGenX Technologies (US) Browse the complete report @ https://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/global-artificial-intelligence-in-oil-and-gas-market-2020-by-key-countries-companies-type-and-application
- Global Artificial Intelligence In The Telecommunication Market Size & Forecast, Market Research Intellect, 2020
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- Global Augmented Analytics Market : Industry Analysis and Forecast (2020-2027)
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- Global augmented analytics market 2020 (includes business impact of covid-19)
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- Global Deep Learning Chip Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2020-2026
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- Global Emotion Artificial Intelligence Market Size, Status and Forecast 2020-2026, 2020
Emotion AI is a new field that analysis of a person's verbal and non-verbal communication in order to understand the person's mood or attitude, then can be used in CRM (Customer Relationship Management) area, such as to identify how a customer perceives a product, the presentation of a product or an interaction with a company representative. Market Analysis and Insights: Global Emotion Artificial Intelligence Market In 2019, the global Emotion Artificial Intelligence market size was US$ xx million and it is expected to reach US$ xx million by the end of 2026, with a CAGR of xx% during 2021-2026
- Global Machine Learning as a Service Market Size, Status and Forecast 2020-2026, Precision Report 2020
Machine learning is a field of artificial intelligence that uses statistical techniques to give computer systems the ability to "learn" (e.g., progressively improve performance on a specific task) from data, without being explicitly programmed. Market Analysis and Insights: Global Machine Learning as a Service Market In 2019, the global Machine Learning as a Service market size was US$ 1715.2 million and it is expected to reach US$ 6871.1 million by the end of 2026, with a CAGR of 21.8% during 2021-2026
- Global Machine Learning Market 2020-2024 | Increasing Adoption of Cloud-Based Offerings to Boost the Market Growth | Technavio, 2020
The rising adoption of cloud computing services globally is increasing the adoption of cloud-based applications aimed at multiple end-user industries. The inherent benefits of cloud computing, such as minimal cost for computing, network and storage infrastructure, scalability, reliability, and high resource availability, encourage enterprises to adopt cloud-based solutions in their business models. Machine learning adopted via the cloud enables enterprises to experiment with machine learning technologies and capabilities at a fraction of the cost of setting up an in-house machine learning team and infrastructure. Machine learning also helps enterprises to scale up the production workload of their projects with the increase in data. The above-mentioned advantages of cloud-based offerings are expected to drive the growth of the global machine learning market
- Global Operational Intelligence Market Overview, Orbit Research, 2020
1 INTRODUCTION: 1.1 Study Deliverables, 1.2 Study Assumptions, 1.3 Scope of the Study, 2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY, 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, 4 MARKET DYNAMICS: 4.1 Market Overview, 4.2 Introduction to Market Drivers and Restraints, 4.3 Market Drivers, 4.3.1 Need for Real Time Data Analytics, 4.4 Market Restraints 4.4.1 Combining Data from Multiple Data Sources is Challenging the Market, 4.5 Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s Five Force Analysis, 4.5.1 Threat of New Entrants, 4.5.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers/Consumers, 4.5.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers, 4.5.4 Threat of Substitute Products, 4.5.5 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry, 5 MARKET SEGMENTATION, 5.1 By Deployment Type: 5.1.1 On-Premise, 5.1.2 Cloud, 5.2 By End-user Vertical, 5.2.1 Retail, 5.2.2 Manufacturing, 5.2.3 Financial Services, 5.2.4 Government, 5.2.5 IT & Telecommunication, 5.2.6 Military & Defense, 5.2.7 Transport & Logistics, 5.2.8 Healthcare, 5.2.9 Energy & Power, 5.3:Geography: 5.3.1 North America, 5.3.2 Europe, 5.3.3 Asia-Pacific, 5.3.4 Latin America 5.3.5 Middle East & Africa, 6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE, 6.1 Company Profiles: 6.1.1 Vitria Technology Inc., 6.1.2 Splunk Inc., 6.1.3 Starview Inc., 6.1.4 SAP SE, 6.1.5 Software AG, 6.1.6 Schneider Electric, 6.1.7 Rolta India Limited, 6.1.8 SolutionsPT Ltd, 6.1.9 IBENOX Pty Ltd., 6.1.10 Turnberry Corporation, 6.1.11 HP Inc., 6.1.12 OpenText Corp., 7 INVESTMENT ANALYSIS, 8, MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS
- Global trade impact of the coronavirus signals intelligence (sigint) market augmented expansion to be registered by 2019-2033
he Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market research encompasses an exhaustive analysis of the market outlook, framework, and socio-economic impacts. The report covers the accurate investigation of the market size, share, product footprint, revenue, and progress rate. Driven by primary and secondary researches, the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market study offers reliable and authentic projections regarding the technical jargon.All the players running in the global Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market are elaborated thoroughly in the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market report on the basis of proprietary technologies, distribution channels, industrial penetration, manufacturing processes, and revenue. In addition, the report examines R&D developments, legal policies, and strategies defining the competitiveness of the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market players.The report on the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market provides a birdâs eye view of the current proceeding within the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market. Further, the report also takes into account the impact of the novel COVID-19 pandemic on the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) market and offers a clear assessment of the projected market fluctuations during the forecast period. Get Free Sample PDF (including COVID19 Impact Analysis, full TOC, Tables and Figures) of Market Report @ https://www.researchmoz.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=2601770&source=atm
- Global Trend in Artificial Intelligence–Based Publications in Radiology From 2000 to 2018, Elizabeth West, Simukayi Mutasa, Zelos Zhu and Richard Ha
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the global trend in artificial intelligence (AI)-based research productivity involving radiology and its subspecialty disciplines. CONCLUSION. The United States is the global leader in AI radiology publication productivity, accounting for almost half of total radiology AI output. Other countries have increased their productivity. Notably, China has increased its productivity exponentially to close to 20% of all AI publications. The top three most productive radiology subspecialties were neuroradiology, body and chest, and nuclear medicine.
- GPU for Deep Learning Market Outlook 2020 Witnessing Enormous Growth with Recent Trends & Demand | Nvidia, AMD, Intel
The research report contains a detailed summary of the Global GPU for Deep Learning Market that includes various well-known organizations, manufacturers, vendors, key market players who are leading in terms of revenue generation, sales, dynamic market changes, end-user demands, products and services offered, restricted elements in the market, products and other processes. Technical advancements, market bifurcation, surplus capacity in the developing GPU for Deep Learning markets, globalization, regulations, production and packaging are some of the factors covered in this report. The research report on Global GPU for Deep Learning Market is a detailed study of the current market scenario, covering the key market trends and dynamics. The report also presents a logical evaluation of the major challenges faced by the leading market players operating in the market, which helps the participants to understand the barriers and challenges they may face in future while functioning in the international market over the forecast 2019-2025. The novel COVID-19 pandemic has put the world on a standstill, affecting major operations, leading to an industrial catastrophe. This report presented by Garner Insights contains a thorough analysis of the pre and post pandemic market scenarios. This report covers all the recent development and changes recorded during the COVID-19 outbreak. Get a PDF Sample Copy (including COVID19 Impact Analysis, TOC, Tables, and Figures) @ https://garnerinsights.com/Global-GPU-for-Deep-Learning-Market-Professional-Survey-Report-2019#request-sample
- Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Market Research Report, Growth Forecast 2025
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- How Cognitive Machines Can Augment Medical Imaging, D. Douglas Miller, and Eric W. Brown
OBJECTIVE. Artificial intelligence (AI) neural networks rapidly convert disparate facts and data into highly predictive analytic models. Machine learning maps image-patient phenotype correlations opaque to standard statistics. Deep learning performs accurate image-derived tissue characterization and can generate virtual CT images from MRI datasets. Natural language processing reads medical literature and efficiently reconfigures years of PACS and electronic medical record information. CONCLUSION. AI logistics solve radiology informatics workflow pain points. Imaging professionals and companies will drive health care AI technology insertion. Data science and computer science will jointly potentiate the impact of AI applications for medical imaging.
- How to Choose the Right AI Solution Path: From Off-the-Shelf to Custom-Made, Alexander Linden, Eric Hunter, Farhan Choudhary, Peter Kerensky, 2020
For each AI use case, data and analytics leaders must determine which type of solution will best fit their current constraints and needs. Gartner provides a summary of the pros and cons of various solution paths to aid in making this decision
- Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Women’s Imaging: Cost-Benefit Analysis, Ray C. Mayo and Jessica W. T. Leung
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this article is to identify and discuss four areas in which artificial intelligence (AI) must excel to become clinically viable: performance, time, work flow, and cost. CONCLUSION. AI holds tremendous potential for transforming the practice of radiology, but certain metrics are needed to objectively quantify its impact. As patients, physicians, hospitals, and insurance companies look for value, AI must earn a role in medical imaging.
- Indagine conoscitiva sui Big Data, AGCM, AGCOM, Garante per la privacy
Premessa, 1. I Big, Data: 1.1; Introduzione ai Big Data; 1.2. Definizioni;1.3. La filiera deiBig Data; 1.3.1. La raccolta dei Big Data; 1.3.2. L’elaborazione dei Big Data; 1.3.3. L’interpretazione e l’utilizzo dei Big Data; 1.4. Alcuni dati sulla diffusione dell’utilizzo dei Big Data nell’economia, 2.Principali considerazioni sulla gestione dei Big Data espresse dai soggetti partecipanti: 2.1. Profilazione, anonimizzazione del dato e algoritmi; 2.2. Gestione del dato e acquisizione del consenso; 2.3. Portabilità dei dati, interoperabilità e accesso ai dati; 2.4. Utilizzo dei dati di traffico; 2.5. Piattaforme digitali: pluralismo dell’informazione e potere di mercato, 3. I Big Data nell’ecosistema digitale italiano: considerazioni dell’AGCOM: 3.1; Big Data, mercato pubblicitario, pluralismo e informazione; 3.2. Big Data, comunicazioni elettroniche e servizi media; 3.3. Big Data e sviluppo di reti e servizi innovativi (5G, IoT, M2M, AI); Big Data e altri settori; 3.5. Big Data ed evoluzione del quadro regolamentare europeo, 4. I Big Data nell’ecosistema digitale italiano: considerazioni del Garante per la protezione dei dati personali: 4.1. Premessa; 4.2. Gli interventi dei soggetti istituzionali; 4.3. Oltre la pura descrizione del fenomeno; 4.4. Le implicazioni etich; 4.5. Big Data, principio di qualità dei dati (e dei processi) e profilazione; 4.6. Per un approccio win-win; 4.7. L’opacità dei trattamenti con tecniche Big Data e il principio di trasparenza proprio delle discipline di protezione dei dati; 4.8. Big Data, dati personali e procedure di anonimizzazione; 4.9. Big Data e principio di finalità; 4.10. Big Data, principi di qualità e minimizzazione dei dati; Big Data, valutazione d’impatto privacy e accountability; 4.12. Big Data e processi decisionali automatizzati; 4.13. Big Data e grandi archivi pubblici; 4.14. Prospettive, 5. I Big Data nell’ecosistema digitale italiano: considerazioni dell’AGCM; 5.1. Big Data, struttura di mercato e barriere all’entrata; 5.2. Posizioni dominanti e potere di mercato; 5.3. Big Data, utilizzo dei dati personali e concorrenza; 5.3.1. Premessa; 5.3.2. L’acquisizione di dati personali nel processo produttivo e benessere del consumatore; 5.3.3. La raccolta e l’utilizzo dei dati personali come variabile economica; 5.3.4. La relazione tra concorrenza e utilizzo dei dati personali; 5.3.5. Domanda e offerta di dati personali; 5.3.6. Privacy, funzionamento dei mercati e il ruolo della politica pubblica; 5.4. Condotte data-driven tra la tutela della concorrenza e la tutela del consumatore; 5.4.1. La raccolta di dati; 5.4.2. L’utilizzo dei Big Data per la personalizzazione dei servizi; 5.4.3. L’utilizzo dei Big Data per la personalizzazione dei prezzi; 5.4.4. Condotte che possono integrare possibili abusi di posizione dominante; 5.4.5. L’utilizzo di Big Data, algoritmi di prezzo e cllusione online, LINEE GUIDA E RACCOMANDAZIONI DI POLICY
- Intelligenza Artificiale per le PMI, Steering Committee Digitalizzazione PMI – Confindustria digitale, 2019
Capitolo 1: Sfruttare l’Intelligenza Artificiale come potente strumento di competitività; Definizione; Ambiti, Capitolo 2: Gli investimenti delle PMI in competenze e nuove modalità di lavoro; Cosa cambia con l’intelligenza artificiale?.; Nuove figure professionali e competenze; Capitolo 3 L'Intelligenza Artificiale come parte integrante della trasformazione digitale; I dati al centro dell’evoluzione tecnologica; Progettazione e strategia imprenditoriale; Approccio tattico; Approccio strategico, Capitolo 4: Casi concreti di utilizzo dell’Intelligenza Artificiale in ambito industriale; I dati al centro del nuovo modello organizzativo; Le persone, la nostra forza lavoro; I processi, la nostra spina dorsale; I clienti, i nostri migliori alleati; I prodotti, la nostra eccellenza; Il Customer Service, per completare l’eccellenza del prodotto, Capitolo 5 Intelligenza Artificiale come servizio; Se l'Intelligenza artificiale fosse una utility; IA come servizio: AIaaS è solo una parte del contesto; Come utilizzare l’IA tramite servizi; IA come servizio: considerazioni finali, Prossimi Passi
- Interpretable Artificial Intelligence: Why and When, Adarsh Ghosh and Devasenathipathy Kandasamy
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this article is to discuss the problem of interpretability of artificial intelligence (AI) and highlight the need for continuing scientific discovery using AI algorithms to deal with medical big data. CONCLUSION. A plethora of AI algorithms are currently being used in medical research, but the opacity of these algorithms makes their clinical implementation a dilemma. Clinical decision making cannot be assigned to something that we do not understand. Therefore, AI research should not be limited to reporting accuracy and sensitivity but, rather, should try to explain the underlying reasons for the predictions, in an attempt to enrich biologic understanding and knowledge.
- Invest Implications: ‘Predicts 2020: Artificial Intelligence Core Technologies’, Tim Mahon, 2019
Enterprises struggle to develop AI pilots into production, limiting their ability to realize AI’s business value. Investors benefit from understanding how, and with what, vendors help IT leaders nurture strategies that enable the evolution of AI pilots into scalable production and value realization
- Julia Language in Machine Learning: Algorithms, Applications, and Open Issues, Kaifeng Gao, Jingzhi Tu, Zenan Huo, Gang Mei, Francesco Piccialli, Salvatore Cuomo, 2020
Machine learning is driving development across many fields in science and engineering. A simple and efficient programming language could accelerate applications of machine learning in various fields. Currently, the programming languages most commonly used to develop machine learning algorithms include Python, MATLAB, and C/C ++. However, none of these languages well balance both efficiency and simplicity. The Julia language is a fast, easy-to-use, and open-source programming language that was originally designed for high-performance computing, which can well balance the efficiency and simplicity. This paper summarizes the related research work and developments in the application of the Julia language in machine learning. It first surveys the popular machine learning algorithms that are developed in the Julia language. Then, it investigates applications of the machine learning algorithms implemented with the Julia language. Finally, it discusses the open issues and the potential future directions that arise in the use of the Julia language in machine learning
- LATEST MARKET RESEARCH REPORT ON DEEP LEARNING CHIPSET | CONSUMER, AEROSPACE, MILITARY & DEFENSE, AUTOMOTIVE, INDUSTRIAL, MEDICAL
The report provides the market forecast of Deep Learning Chipset market for atleast next 5 years which would help investors, industry analyst and strategist to take informed decisions while creating Deep Learning Chipset business strategies. The Deep Learning Chipset market report contains industry top manufacturers discussion based on the company’s profiles, financial analysis, overview, market revenue, and opportunities by geographical regions. Get Free Sample Report and Related Graphs & Charts @: https://www.marketintellica.com/report/MI26181-global-deep-learning-chipset-market-status#enquir This study consists of market segmentation by Deep Learning Chipset product types, applications and Deep Learning Chipset market division based on geographical regions : USA, Europe, China, India, Southeast Asia, Japan, South America, South Africa and Others
- Machine learning and artificial intelligence research for patient benefit: 20 critical questions on transparency, replicability, ethics, and effectiveness, 2020
Machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other modern statistical methods are providing new opportunities to operationalise previously untapped and rapidly growing sources of data for patient benefit. Despite much promising research currently being undertaken, particularly in imaging, the literature as a whole lacks transparency, clear reporting to facilitate replicability, exploration for potential ethical concerns, and clear demonstrations of effectiveness. Among the many reasons why these problems exist, one of the most important (for which we provide a preliminary solution here) is the current lack of best practice guidance specific to machine learning and artificial intelligence. However, we believe that interdisciplinary groups pursuing research and impact projects involving machine learning and artificial intelligence for health would benefit from explicitly addressing a series of questions concerning transparency, reproducibility, ethics, and effectiveness (TREE). The 20 critical questions proposed here provide a framework for research groups to inform the design, conduct, and reporting; for editors and peer reviewers to evaluate contributions to the literature; and for patients, clinicians and policy makers to critically appraise where new findings may deliver patient benefit
- Machine Learning for the Interventional Radiologist, Ryan D. Meek, Matthew P. Lungren and Judy W. Gichoya
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this article is to describe key potential areas of application of machine learning in interventional radiology. CONCLUSION. Machine learning, although in the early stages of development within the field of interventional radiology, has great potential to influence key areas such as image analysis, clinical predictive modeling, and trainee education. A proactive approach from current interventional radiologists and trainees is needed to shape future directions for machine learning and artificial intelligence.
- Machine Learning in Neurooncology Imaging: From Study Request to Diagnosis and Treatment, Javier E. Villanueva-Meyer, Peter Chang, Janine M. Lupo, Christopher P. Hess …
OBJECTIVE. Machine learning has potential to play a key role across a variety of medical imaging applications. This review seeks to elucidate the ways in which machine learning can aid and enhance diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up in neurooncology. CONCLUSION. Given the rapid pace of development in machine learning over the past several years, a basic proficiency of the key tenets and use cases in the field is critical to assessing potential opportunities and challenges of this exciting new technology.
- Machine Learning Prediction of Liver Stiffness Using Clinical and T2-Weighted MRI Radiomic Data, Lili He, Hailong Li, Jonathan A. Dudley, Thomas C. Maloney …
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study is to develop a machine learning model to categorically classify MR elastography (MRE)–derived liver stiffness using clinical and nonelastographic MRI radiomic features in pediatric and young adult patients with known or suspected liver disease. MATERIALS AND METHODS. Clinical data (27 demographic, anthropomorphic, medical history, and laboratory features), MRI presence of liver fat and chemical shift–encoded fat fraction, and MRE mean liver stiffness measurements were retrieved from electronic medical records. MRI radiomic data (105 features) were extracted from T2-weighted fast spin-echo images. Patients were categorized by mean liver stiffness (< 3 vs ≥ 3 kPa). Support vector machine (SVM) models were used to perform two-class classification using clinical features, radiomic features, and both clinical and radiomic features. Our proposed model was internally evaluated in 225 patients (mean age, 14.1 years) and externally evaluated in an independent cohort of 84 patients (mean age, 13.7 years). Diagnostic performance was assessed using ROC AUC values. RESULTS. In our internal cross-validation model, the combination of clinical and radiomic features produced the best performance (AUC = 0.84), compared with clinical (AUC = 0.77) or radiomic (AUC = 0.70) features alone. Using both clinical and radiomic features, the SVM model was able to correctly classify patients with accuracy of 81.8%, sensitivity of 72.2%, and specificity of 87.0%. In our external validation experiment, this SVM model achieved an accuracy of 75.0%, sensitivity of 63.6%, specificity of 82.4%, and AUC of 0.80. CONCLUSION. An SVM learning model incorporating clinical and T2-weighted radiomic features has fair-to-good diagnostic performance for categorically classifying liver stiffness.
- Machine translation of cortical activity to text with an encoder–decoder framework, Joseph G. Makin, David A. Moses & Edward F. Chang , 2020
A decade after speech was first decoded from human brain signals, accuracy and speed remain far below that of natural speech. Here we show how to decode the electrocorticogram with high accuracy and at natural-speech rates. Taking a cue from recent advances in machine translation, we train a recurrent neural network to encode each sentence-length sequence of neural activity into an abstract representation, and then to decode this representation, word by word, into an English sentence. For each participant, data consist of several spoken repeats of a set of 30–50 sentences, along with the contemporaneous signals from ~250 electrodes distributed over peri-Sylvian cortices. Average word error rates across a held-out repeat set are as low as 3%. Finally, we show how decoding with limited data can be improved with transfer learning, by training certain layers of the network under multiple participants’ data.
- Mobile Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market, Zion Market Research, 2020
Mobile Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market by Technology Node (5nm-10nm, 11nm-20nm, and Above 20nm), by Application (Cameras, Smartphones, Vehicles, Robots, AR/VR Devices, and Others), and by End-Use Industry (Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Robotics, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024
- Nature Medicine, Evaluation and accurate diagnoses of pediatric diseases using artificial intelligence, Huiying Liang, Brian Y. Tsui, […]Huimin Xia, 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI)-based methods have emerged as powerful tools to transform medical care. Although machine learning classifiers (MLCs) have already demonstrated strong performance in image-based diagnoses, analysis of diverse and massive electronic health record (EHR) data remains challenging. Here, we show that MLCs can query EHRs in a manner similar to the hypothetico-deductive reasoning used by physicians and unearth associations that previous statistical methods have not found. Our model applies an automated natural language processing system using deep learning techniques to extract clinically relevant information from EHRs. In total, 101.6 million data points from 1,362,559 pediatric patient visits presenting to a major referral center were analyzed to train and validate the framework. Our model demonstrates high diagnostic accuracy across multiple organ systems and is comparable to experienced pediatricians in diagnosing common childhood diseases. Our study provides a proof of concept for implementing an AI-based system as a means to aid physicians in tackling large amounts of data, augmenting diagnostic evaluations, and to provide clinical decision support in cases of diagnostic uncertainty or complexity. Although this impact may be most evident in areas where healthcare providers are in relative shortage, the benefits of such an AI system are likely to be universal
- NEW CAS RESEARCH PAPER ON DEEP LEARNING FORECASTS FOR INDIVIDUAL CLAIMS
The Casualty Actuarial Society recently published a new piece of research with potential immediate applications in individual claims forecasting. Part of the new CAS Research Paper series, “Individual Claims Forecasting with Bayesian Mixture Density Networks” is written by Kevin Kuo and introduces an individual claims forecasting framework utilizing Bayesian mixture density networks; the paper outlines a modeling framework that uses a publicly available data simulation tool.
- New Frontiers: An Update on Computer-Aided Diagnosis for Breast Imaging in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Yiming Gao, Krzysztof J. Geras, Alana A. Lewin and Linda Moy
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this article is to compare traditional versus machine learning–based computer-aided detection (CAD) platforms in breast imaging with a focus on mammography, to underscore limitations of traditional CAD, and to highlight potential solutions in new CAD systems under development for the future. CONCLUSION. CAD development for breast imaging is undergoing a paradigm shift based on vast improvement of computing power and rapid emergence of advanced deep learning algorithms, heralding new systems that may hold real potential to improve clinical care.
- News report 2019 – The next newsroom: unlocking the power of AI for public service jornalism, Hanna Stjärne, Director General SVT, 2019
In this EBU News Report of 2019, we examine what the fourth major wave of digital transformation means for public service journalism. This new wave, after online, mobile and social, is defined by opportunities and threats of artificial intelligence and data technologies. There is a lot of hype around AI but for those who see the real potential, it may be able to make public service journalism more valuable to the audience and more inspiring to practice. The report provides a comprehensive review of the current thinking on AI and journalism as well as practical case studies, checklists and tool-kits. This report is open to the public, you just need to login to ebu.ch. If you are new to ebu.ch, simply create an account with us and then click on "View interactive version"
- otential Impact of COVID-19 on Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps Market Analyzed in a New Intelligence Study
Analysis of the Global Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps Market The report on the global Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps market reveals that the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of ~XX% during the considered forecast period (2019-2029) and estimated to reach a value of ~US$XX by the end of 2029. The latest report is a valuable tool for stakeholders, established market players, emerging players, and other entities to devise effective strategies to combat the impact of COVID-19 Further, by leveraging the insights enclosed in the report, market players can devise concise, impactful, and highly effective growth strategies to solidify their position in the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps market. Research on the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps Market Addresses the Following Queries Which end-user is likely to influence the growth of the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps market? Which regional market has the highest market attractiveness in 2020? How are consumer trends impacting the operations of market players in the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps market? Why are market players aiming to expand their presence in region 1? What are the growth prospects of the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Apps market in different regions due to the COVID-19? Get Free Sample PDF (including COVID19 Impact Analysis, full TOC, Tables and Figures) of Market Report @ https://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=2635303&source=atm
- Peering Into the Black Box of Artificial Intelligence: Evaluation Metrics of Machine Learning Methods, Guy S. Handelman, Hong Kuan Kok, Ronil V. Chandra, Amir H. Razavi, …
OBJECTIVE. Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are rapidly becoming the most talked about and controversial topics in radiology and medicine. Over the past few years, the numbers of ML- or AI-focused studies in the literature have increased almost exponentially, and ML has become a hot topic at academic and industry conferences. However, despite the increased awareness of ML as a tool, many medical professionals have a poor understanding of how ML works and how to critically appraise studies and tools that are presented to us. Thus, we present a brief overview of ML, explain the metrics used in ML and how to interpret them, and explain some of the technical jargon associated with the field so that readers with a medical background and basic knowledge of statistics can feel more comfortable when examining ML applications. CONCLUSION. Attention to sample size, overfitting, underfitting, cross validation, as well as a broad knowledge of the metrics of machine learning, can help those with little or no technical knowledge begin to assess machine learning studies. However, transparency in methods and sharing of algorithms is vital to allow clinicians to assess these tools themselves.
- Performance of a Deep Learning Algorithm in Detecting Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head on Digital Radiography: A Comparison With Assessments by Radiologists, Choong Guen Chee, Youngjune Kim, Yusuhn Kang, Kyong Joon Lee …
OBJECTIVE. The objective of our study was to compare the sensitivity of a deep learning (DL) algorithm with the assessments by radiologists in diagnosing osteonecrosis of the femoral head (ONFH) using digital radiography. MATERIALS AND METHODS. We performed a two-center, retrospective, noninferiority study of consecutive patients (≥ 16 years old) with a diagnosis of ONFH based on MR images. We investigated the following four datasets of unilaterally cropped hip anteroposterior radiographs: training (n = 1346), internal validation (n = 148), temporal external test (n = 148), and geographic external test (n = 250). Diagnostic performance was measured for a DL algorithm, a less experienced radiologist, and an experienced radiologist. Noninferiority analyses for sensitivity were performed for the DL algorithm and both radiologists. Subgroup analysis for precollapse and postcollapse ONFH was done. RESULTS. Overall, 1892 hips (1037 diseased and 855 normal) were included. Sensitivity and specificity for the temporal external test set were 84.8% and 91.3% for the DL algorithm, 77.6% and 100.0% for the less experienced radiologist, and 82.4% and 100.0% for the experienced radiologist. Sensitivity and specificity for the geographic external test set were 75.2% and 97.2% for the DL algorithm, 77.6% and 75.0% for the less experienced radiologist, and 78.0% and 86.1% for the experienced radiologist. The sensitivity of the DL algorithm was noninferior to that of the assessments by both radiologists. The DL algorithm was more sensitive for precollapse ONFH than the assessment by the less experienced radiologist in the temporal external test set (75.9% vs 57.4%; 95% CI of the difference, 4.5–32.8%). CONCLUSION. The sensitivity of the DL algorithm for diagnosing ONFH using digital radiography was noninferior to that of both less experienced and experienced radiologist assessments.
- Prediction of Immunohistochemistry of Suspected Thyroid Nodules by Use of Machine Learning–Based Radionics, Jiabing Gu, Jian Zhu, Qingtao Qiu, Yungang Wang …
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study was to develop and validate a radiomics model for evaluating immunohistochemical characteristics in patients with suspected thyroid nodules. MATERIALS AND METHODS. A total of 103 patients (training cohort–to-validation cohort ratio, ≈ 3:1) with suspected thyroid nodules who had undergone thyroidectomy and immunohistochemical analysis were enrolled. The immunohistochemical markers were cytokeratin 19, galectin 3, thyroperoxidase, and high-molecular-weight cytokeratin. All patients underwent CT before surgery, and a 3D slicer was used to analyze images of the surgical specimen. Test-retest and Spearman correlation coefficient (ρ) were used to select reproducible and nonredundant features. The Kruskal-Wallis test (p < 0.05) was used for feature selection, and a feature-based model was built by support vector machine methods. The performance of the radiomic models was assessed with respect to accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, corresponding AUC, and independent validation. RESULTS. Eighty-six reproducible and nonredundant features selected from the 828 features were used to build the model. The best performance of the cytokeratin 19 model yielded accuracy of 84.4% in the training cohort and 80.0% in the validation cohort. The thyroperoxidase and galectin 3 predictive models yielded accuracies of 81.4% and 82.5% in the training cohort and 84.2% and 85.0% in the validation cohort. The performance of the high-molecular-weight cytokeratin predictive model was not good (accuracy, 65.7%) and could not be validated. CONCLUSION. A radiomics model with excellent performance was developed for individualized noninvasive prediction of the presence of cytokeratin 19, galectin 3, and thyroperoxidase based on CT images. This model may be used to identify benign and malignant thyroid nodules.
- Prevalence of Artificial Intelligence, HR Technology Research Team, 2020
This research will help HR leaders understand the prevalence of artificial intelligence in different regions as well as the most common applications and the popularity of AI within HR
- Radiomics in Pulmonary Lesion Imaging, Cameron Hassani, Bino A. Varghese, Jorge Nieva and Vinay Duddalwar
OBJECTIVE. Diagnostic imaging has traditionally relied on a limited set of qualitative imaging characteristics for the diagnosis and management of lung cancer. Radiomics—the extraction and analysis of quantitative features from imaging—can identify additional imaging characteristics that cannot be seen by the eye. These features can potentially be used to diagnose cancer, identify mutations, and predict prognosis in an accurate and noninvasive fashion. This article provides insights about trends in radiomics of lung cancer and challenges to widespread adoption. CONCLUSION. Radiomic studies are currently limited to a small number of cancer types. Its application across various centers are nonstandardized, leading to difficulties in comparing and generalizing results. The tools available to apply radiomics are specialized and limited in scope, blunting widespread use and clinical integration in the general population. Increasing the number of multicenter studies and consortiums and inclusion of radiomics in resident training will bring more attention and clarity to the growing field of radiomics.
- Research Guide to Introducing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Legal Departments, Legal and Compliance Research Team, 2020
AI and ML can transform legal departments by automating manual tasks, creating insights and enabling better legal and compliance risk management. General counsel should use this note as a guide to the research that will chart their AI and ML adoption journey
- Russia and NATO Artificial Intelligence in Military Market Detailed Analysis, Emerging Trends and Bussiness Opportunities (2020-2027), Milind, 2020
Facts and Factors (FnF), A leading market research firm published the latest report on "Russia and NATO Artificial Intelligence in Military Market By Application (Warfare Platform, Information Processing,Logistics & Transportation, Target Recognition, Battlefield Healthcare, Simulation & Training, Threat Monitoring & Situational Awareness, Cybersecurity, and Others), by Platform(Land, Naval, Space, and Airborne), by Offering (Software, Hardware, and Services), and by Technology (Learning &Intelligence, AI Systems, and Advanced Computing): Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2019–2027" which includes 180+ research pages for the forecast period. The Russia and NATO Artificial Intelligence in Military market report offers comprehensive research updates and information related to market growth, demand, and opportunities in the global Russia and NATO Artificial Intelligence in Military market
- Same father, same face: Deep learning reveals selection for signaling kinship in a wild primate
Using deep learning for face recognition, we present the first evidence that interindividual facial resemblance has been selected to signal paternal ...
- Section Editor’s Notebook: Augmented Intelligence in Women’s Imaging—A Compelling Value Proposition, Marcia C. Javitt
Contemporary women's imaging has evolved during the last few decades. Witness the changes brought about by the digital revolution, such as the shift from film-screen mammography to 3D breast tomosynthesis and from cross-sectional imaging with 2D static images on hardcopy film to 3D volume datasets (e.g., 3D whole-breast ultrasound and volumetric breast MRI). The infinite display capabilities on advanced workstations at the discretion of the viewer are hallmarks of the digital era, as is functional imaging (e.g., PET/CT), molecular breast imaging (e.g., with 99mTc-sestamibi), and much more. Along with these technologic advancements has come a profound increase in the sheer volume of data associated with everyday examinations. The burden of analyzing huge datasets and comparing them with prior examinations falls squarely on the shoulders of the interpreting radiologist. The reality is that we are rapidly exceeding human capabilities to interpret this volume of data. Today's radiologist must perform repetitive, accurate, and efficient pattern recognition and analysis. Though we strive for it, complete data extraction from complex, ever-increasing volumes of data is often infeasible with human interpretation. The popular term “artificial intelligence,” now heard far and wide in every department of radiology, should be dropped in favor of “augmented intelligence” (AI). The latter is a more apt descriptor of the power of modern supercomputers to expand and improve on human interpretation alone. AI entails the use of computers to perform pattern recognition by means of automatic feature extraction and analysis of large datasets much more rapidly than human readers can. AI includes deep learning through the use of algorithms with multiple layers (hence the term “deep”) to extract more complex features from training data. High-volume and complex image analysis can be achieved with deep learning more rapidly than with conventional neural networks...
- Seven Factors That Make Business Cases for Artificial Intelligence Projects Different, Moutusi Sau, Whit Andrews, 2020
Application of artificial-intelligence-powered methods require more than just the latest technologies or modeling techniques. CIOs documenting business cases for AI projects should inspect the correlation between business benefits and challenges to achieve desired business outcomes
- Should We Ignore, Follow, or Biopsy? Impact of Artificial Intelligence Decision Support on Breast Ultrasound Lesion Assessment, Victoria L. Mango, Mary Sun, Ralph T. Wynn and Richard Ha, 2020
OBJECTIVE. The objective of this study was to assess the impact of artificial intelligence (AI)-based decision support (DS) on breast ultrasound (US) lesion assessment. MATERIALS AND METHODS. A multicenter retrospective review of 900 breast lesions (470/900 [52.2%] benign; 430/900 [47.8%] malignant) on US by 15 physicians (11 radiologists, two surgeons, two obstetrician/gynecologists). An AI system (Koios DS for Breast, Koios Medical) evaluated images and assigned them to one of four categories: benign, probably benign, suspicious, and probably malignant. Each reader reviewed cases twice: 750 cases with US only or with US plus DS; 4 weeks later, cases were reviewed in the opposite format. One hundred fifty additional cases were presented identically in each session. DS and reader sensitivity, specificity, and positive likelihood ratios (PLRs) were calculated as well as reader AUCs with and without DS. The Kendall τ-b correlation coefficient was used to assess intraand interreader variability. RESULTS. Mean reader AUC for cases reviewed with US only was 0.83 (95% CI, 0.78–0.89); for cases reviewed with US plus DS, mean AUC was 0.87 (95% CI, 0.84–0.90). PLR for the DS system was 1.98 (95% CI, 1.78–2.18) and was higher than the PLR for all readers but one. Fourteen readers had better AUC with US plus DS than with US only. Mean Kendall τ-b for US-only interreader variability was 0.54 (95% CI, 0.53–0.55); for US plus DS, it was 0.68 (95% CI, 0.67–0.69). Intrareader variability improved with DS; class switching (defined as crossing from BI-RADS category 3 to BI-RADS category 4A or above) occurred in 13.6% of cases with US only versus 10.8% of cases with US plus DS (p = 0.04). CONCLUSION. AI-based DS improves accuracy of sonographic breast lesion assessment while reducing inter- and intraobserver variability.
- State of the Art: Machine Learning Applications in Glioma Imaging, Eyal Lotan, Rajan Jain, Narges Razavian, Girish M. Fatterpekar …
OBJECTIVE. Machine learning has recently gained considerable attention because of promising results for a wide range of radiology applications. Here we review recent work using machine learning in brain tumor imaging, specifically segmentation and MRI radiomics of gliomas. CONCLUSION. We discuss available resources, state-of-the-art segmentation methods, and machine learning radiomics for glioma. We highlight the challenges of these techniques as well as the future potential in clinical diagnostics, prognostics, and decision making.
- Study: Network Representation Learning Could Help Identify MS-Related Genes, Jared Kaltwasser, 2020
New research suggests deep learning algorithms and computational methods could help scientists better understand the mechanisms at play in multiple sclerosis (MS). Scientists know a lot about MS, but one question that has yet to be solved is which specific genes are related to the disease. In a new study, published in the journal Frontiers in Genetics,1 investigators suggest a type of computational network analysis might be the best pathway to discover the exact disease-related genes of MS. MS disrupts a patient’s myelin and axons, leading to inflammation of the brain and spinal cord. And while some evidence has suggested certain disease-related genes that may play a role in MS2, the unknowns still outweigh the knowns, according to corresponding author Haijie Liu, PhD, of Capital Medical University and Tianjin Medical University General Hospital, both in China. Liu and colleagues say the discovery of MS’s disease-related genes could have major implications for how scientists understand and how clinicians eventually treat patients with the disease...
- The Doctor-Patient Relationship With Artificial Intelligence, Shadi Aminololama-Shakeri1 and Javier E. López
OBJECTIVE. The doctor-patient relationship has been evolving from benevolent paternalism to a more patient-centered relationship in the modern era. Although artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to improve nearly every aspect of health care, many physicians are skeptical about integrating AI into their current medical practice. The purpose of this article is to explore what AI means for the doctor-patient relationship and for breast imaging radiologists. CONCLUSION. The promise of AI is its potential to release physicians from tasks that are better performed by automation. AI may enhance our diagnostic accuracy to the point that we are able to refocus on the art of the doctor-patient relationship.
- The Future of Data Science, Machine Learning and AI, Peter Kerensky, 2020
Discussion Topics:Current and emerging trends to understand in data science and machine learning; How the future of AI should shape your strategy today; The coming challenges and opportunities around augmented analytics and MLOps. Artificial intelligence (AI) adoption has entered the mainstream, but most organizations remain in the early stages, developing strategy and governance. Get a sense of where you stand, where things are headed and plan what is next for your data science professionals and expanding machine learning (ML) initiatives. In this complimentary webinar, learn where to invest energy and resources now to better capitalize on the technology landscape of the new decade
- Three-Dimensional Convolutional Neural Network for Prostate MRI Segmentation and Comparison of Prostate Volume Measurements by Use of Artificial Neural Network and Ellipsoid Formula, Dong Kyu Lee, Deuk Jae Sung, Chang-Su Kim, Yuk Heo …
OBJECTIVE. The purposes of this study were to assess the performance of a 3D convolutional neural network (CNN) for automatic segmentation of prostates on MR images and to compare the volume estimates from the 3D CNN with those of the ellipsoid formula. MATERIALS AND METHODS. The study included 330 MR image sets that were divided into 260 training sets and 70 test sets for automated segmentation of the entire prostate. Among these, 162 training sets and 50 test sets were used for transition zone segmentation. Assisted by manual segmentation by two radiologists, the following values were obtained: estimates of ground-truth volume (VGT), software-derived volume (VSW), mean of VGT and VSW (VAV), and automatically generated volume from the 3D CNN (VNET). These values were compared with the volume calculated with the ellipsoid formula (VEL). RESULTS. The Dice similarity coefficient for the entire prostate was 87.12% and for the transition zone was 76.48%. There was no significant difference between VNET and VAV (p = 0.689) in the test sets of the entire prostate, whereas a significant difference was found between VEL and VAV (p < 0.001). No significant difference was found among the volume estimates in the test sets of the transition zone. Overall intraclass correlation coefficients between the volume estimates were excellent (0.887–0.995). In the test sets of entire prostate, the mean error between VGT and VNET (2.5) was smaller than that between VGT and VEL (3.3). CONCLUSION. The fully automated network studied provides reliable volume estimates of the entire prostate compared with those obtained with the ellipsoid formula. Fast and accurate volume measurement by use of the 3D CNN may help clinicians evaluate prostate disease.
- Toolkit: Artificial Intelligence Use Cases for Insurance, Kimberly Harris-Ferrante, Manav Sachdeva, 2020
Insurers mentioned AI as the top “game-changing” technology in the 2020 Gartner CIO Survey. This customizable Toolkit enables CIOs to identify use cases for this advanced technology across the value chain to help realize the potential that it holds in driving business success
- Unenhanced CT Texture Analysis of Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinomas: A Machine Learning–Based Study for Predicting Histopathologic Nuclear Grade, Burak Kocak, Emine Sebnem Durmaz, Ece Ates, Ozlem Korkmaz Kaya …
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study is to investigate the predictive performance of machine learning (ML)–based unenhanced CT texture analysis in distinguishing low (grades I and II) and high (grades III and IV) nuclear grade clear cell renal cell carcinomas (RCCs). MATERIALS AND METHODS. For this retrospective study, 81 patients with clear cell RCC (56 high and 25 low nuclear grade) were included from a public database. Using 2D manual segmentation, 744 texture features were extracted from unenhanced CT images. Dimension reduction was done in three consecutive steps: reproducibility analysis by two radiologists, collinearity analysis, and feature selection. Models were created using artificial neural network (ANN) and binary logistic regression, with and without synthetic minority oversampling technique (SMOTE), and were validated using 10-fold cross-validation. The reference standard was histopathologic nuclear grade (low vs high). RESULTS. Dimension reduction steps yielded five texture features for the ANN and six for the logistic regression algorithm. None of clinical variables was selected. ANN alone and ANN with SMOTE correctly classified 81.5% and 70.5%, respectively, of clear cell RCCs, with AUC values of 0.714 and 0.702, respectively. The logistic regression algorithm alone and with SMOTE correctly classified 75.3% and 62.5%, respectively, of the tumors, with AUC values of 0.656 and 0.666, respectively. The ANN performed better than the logistic regression (p < 0.05). No statistically significant difference was present between the model performances created with and without SMOTE (p > 0.05). CONCLUSION. ML-based unenhanced CT texture analysis using ANN can be a promising noninvasive method in predicting the nuclear grade of clear cell RCCs.
- Universal Language Model Fine-tuning for Text Classification, 2018
Inductive transfer learning has greatly impacted computer vision, but existing approaches in NLP still require task-specific modifications and training from scratch. We propose Universal Language Model Fine-tuning (ULMFiT), an effective transfer learning method that can be applied to any task in NLP, and introduce techniques that are key for fine-tuning a language model. Our method significantly outperforms the state-of-the-art on six text classification tasks, reducing the error by 18-24% on the majority of datasets. Furthermore, with only 100 labeled examples, it matches the performance of training from scratch on 100x more data. We open-source our pretrained models and code
- Use of Gradient Boosting Machine Learning to Predict Patient Outcome in Acute Ischemic Stroke on the Basis of Imaging, Demographic, and Clinical Information, Yuan Xie, Bin Jiang, Enhao Gong, Ying Li …
OBJECTIVE. When treatment decisions are being made for patients with acute ischemic stroke, timely and accurate outcome prediction plays an important role. The optimal rehabilitation strategy also relies on long-term outcome predictions. The decision-making process involves numerous biomarkers including imaging features and demographic information. The objective of this study was to integrate common stroke biomarkers using machine learning methods and predict patient recovery outcome at 90 days. MATERIALS AND METHODS. A total of 512 patients were enrolled in this retrospective study. Extreme gradient boosting (XGB) and gradient boosting machine (GBM) models were used to predict modified Rankin scale (mRS) scores at 90 days using biomarkers available at admission and 24 hours. Feature selections were performed using a greedy algorithm. Fivefold cross validation was applied to estimate model performance. RESULTS. For binary prediction of an mRS score of greater than 2 using biomarkers available at admission, XGB and GBM had an AUC of 0.746 and 0.748, respectively. Adding the National Institutes of Health Stroke Score at 24 hours and performing feature selection improved the AUC of XGB to 0.884 and the AUC of GBM to 0.877. With the addition of the recanalization outcome, XGB's AUC improved to 0.807 for nonrecanalized patients and dropped to 0.670 for recanalized patients. GBM's AUC improved to 0.781 for nonrecanalized patients and dropped to 0.655 for recanalized patients. CONCLUSION. Decision tree–based GBMs can predict the recovery outcome of stroke patients at admission with a high AUC. Breaking down the patient groups on the basis of recanalization and nonrecanalization can potentially help with the treatment decision process.
- Utility of CT Radiomics Features in Differentiation of Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma From Normal Pancreatic, Tissue Linda C. Chu, Seyoun Park, Satomi Kawamoto, Daniel F. Fouladi …
OBJECTIVE. The objective of our study was to determine the utility of radiomics features in differentiating CT cases of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) from normal pancreas. MATERIALS AND METHODS. In this retrospective case-control study, 190 patients with PDAC (97 men, 93 women; mean age ± SD, 66 ± 9 years) from 2012 to 2017 and 190 healthy potential renal donors (96 men, 94 women; mean age ± SD, 52 ± 8 years) without known pancreatic disease from 2005 to 2009 were identified from radiology and pathology databases. The 3D volume of the pancreas was manually segmented from the preoperative CT scans by four trained researchers and verified by three abdominal radiologists. Four hundred seventy-eight radiomics features were extracted to express the phenotype of the pancreas. Forty features were selected for analysis because of redundancy of computed features. The dataset was divided into 255 training cases (125 normal control cases and 130 PDAC cases) and 125 validation cases (65 normal control cases and 60 PDAC cases). A random forest classifier was used for binary classification of PDAC versus normal pancreas of control cases. Accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity were calculated. RESULTS. Mean tumor size was 4.1 ± 1.7 (SD) cm. The overall accuracy of the random forest binary classification was 99.2% (124/125), and AUC was 99.9%. All PDAC cases (60/60) were correctly classified. One case from a renal donor was misclassified as PDAC (1/65). The sensitivity was 100%, and specificity was 98.5%. CONCLUSION. Radiomics features extracted from whole pancreas can be used to differentiate between CT cases from patients with PDAC and healthy control subjects with normal pancreas.
- Value of Texture Analysis on Gadoxetic Acid–Enhanced MRI for Differentiating Hepatocellular Adenoma From Focal Nodular Hyperplasia, Roberto Cannella, Balasubramanya Rangaswamy, Marta I. Minervini, Amir A. Borhani …
OBJECTIVE. The objective of our study was to assess the diagnostic performance of texture analysis (TA) on gadoxetic acid–enhanced MR images for differentiation of hepatocellular adenoma (HCA) from focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH). MATERIALS AND METHODS. This study included 40 patients (39 women and one man) with 51 HCAs and 28 patients (27 women and one man) with 32 FNH lesions. All lesions were histologically proven with preoperative MRI performed with gadoxetic acid. Two readers reviewed all the imaging sequences to assess the qualitative MRI characteristics. The T2-weighted fast spin-echo, hepatic arterial phase (HAP), and hepatobiliary phase (HBP) sequences were used for TA. Textural features were extracted using commercially available software (TexRAD). The differences in distributions of TA parameters of FNHs and HCAs were assessed using the Mann-Whitney U test. Area under the ROC curve (AUROC) values were calculated for statistically significant features. A logistic regression analysis was conducted to explore the added value of TA. A p value < 0.002 was considered statistically significant after Bonferroni correction for multiple comparisons. RESULTS. Multiple TA parameters showed a statistically different distribution in HCA and FNH including skewness on T2-weighted imaging, skewness on HAP imaging, skewness on HBP imaging, and entropy on HBP imaging (p < 0.001). Skewness on HBP imaging showed the largest AUROC (0.869; 95% CI, 0.777–0.933). A skewness value on HBP imaging of greater than −0.06 had a sensitivity of 72.5% and a specificity of 90.6% for the diagnosis of HCA. Six of 51 (11.8%) HCAs lacked hypointensity on HBP imaging. A binary logistic regression analysis including hypointensity on HBP imaging and the statistically significant TA parameters yielded an AUROC of 0.979 for the diagnosis of HCA and correctly predicted 96.4% of the lesions. CONCLUSION. TA may be of added value for the diagnosis of atypical HCA presenting without hypointensity on HBP imaging.
- What Does Deep Learning See? Insights From a Classifier Trained to Predict Contrast Enhancement Phase From CT Images, Kenneth A. Philbrick, Kotaro Yoshida, Dai Inoue, Zeynettin Akkus …
OBJECTIVE. Deep learning has shown great promise for improving medical image classification tasks. However, knowing what aspects of an image the deep learning system uses or, in a manner of speaking, sees to make its prediction is difficult. MATERIALS AND METHODS. Within a radiologic imaging context, we investigated the utility of methods designed to identify features within images on which deep learning activates. In this study, we developed a classifier to identify contrast enhancement phase from whole-slice CT data. We then used this classifier as an easily interpretable system to explore the utility of class activation map (CAMs), gradient-weighted class activation maps (Grad-CAMs), saliency maps, guided backpropagation maps, and the saliency activation map, a novel map reported here, to identify image features the model used when performing prediction. RESULTS. All techniques identified voxels within imaging that the classifier used. SAMs had greater specificity than did guided backpropagation maps, CAMs, and Grad-CAMs at identifying voxels within imaging that the model used to perform prediction. At shallow network layers, SAMs had greater specificity than Grad-CAMs at identifying input voxels that the layers within the model used to perform prediction. CONCLUSION. As a whole, voxel-level visualizations and visualizations of the imaging features that activate shallow network layers are powerful techniques to identify features that deep learning models use when performing prediction
- What’s Trending With CIOs: The Crunch for AI Talent, Peter Kerensky, 2020
High demand and tight labor markets have made candidates with AI skills highly competitive, but hiring techniques and strategies have not kept up. This research discusses what’s trending with CIOs regarding AI talent
WHITE PAPER, GUIDELINES
- Artificial intelligence prevents fraud
A new white paper released by Nets and KPMG reviews how financial institutions can harness advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to combat card fraud much more efficiently. Fighting Fraud with a Model of Models, which is the title of the new white paper, explores the theoretical approach behind Nets Fraud Ensemble, an AI-powered anti-fraud engine developed in collaboration with KPMG. The anti-fraud engine can reduce fraudulent transactions by up to 40% on top of existing AI fraud prevention measures, for the benefit of banks, merchants and cardholders, as well as society in general. "Creating a model of models has a clear advantage: by collating both human and machine-generated information in a single framework, it can generate the most accurate ‘fraud score’ possible. When applied, this next level of fraud monitoring and prevention means banks and merchants can take a big step forward. Not only does it combat criminality, it also markedly improves the customer experience and dramatically reduces financial losses," says Bent Dalager, Nordic Head of NewTech and Financial Services in KPMG in Denmark
- Consultative committee of the convention for the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data (convention 108), Directorate General of Human Rights and Rule of Law, 2019
Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) based systems, software and devices (hereinafter referred to as AI applications) are providing new and valuable solutions to tackle needs and address challenges in a variety of fields, such as smart homes, smart cities, the industrial sector, healthcare and crime prevention. AI applications may represent a useful tool for decision making in particular for supporting evidence-based and inclusive policies. As may be the case with other technological innovations, these applications may have adverse consequences for individuals and society. In order to prevent this, the Parties to Convention 108 will ensure and enable that AI development and use respect the rights to privacy and data protection (article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights), thereby enhancing human rights and fundamental freedoms. These Guidelines provide a set of baseline measures that governments, AI developers, manufacturers, and service providers should follow to ensure that AI applications do not undermine the human dignity and the human rights and fundamental freedoms of every individual, in particular with regard to the right to data protection. Nothing in the present Guidelines shall be interpreted as precluding or limiting the provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights and of Convention 108. These Guidelines also take into account the new safeguards of the modernised Convention 108 (more commonly referred to as “Convention 108+”)
- Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI, Commissione Europea, 2019
- Key drivers and research challenges for 6G ubiquitous wireless intelligence, 2020e
As fifth generation (5G) research is maturing towards a global standard, the research community has started to focus on the development of beyond-5G solutions and the 2030 era, i.e. 6G. In the future, our society will be increasingly digitised, hyper-connected and globally data driven. Many widely anticipated future services will be critically dependent on instant, virtually unlimited wireless connectivity. Mobile communication technologies are expected to progress far beyond anything seen so far in wireless-enabled applications, making everyday lives smoother and safer while dramatically improving the efficiency of businesses. 6G is not only about moving data around — it will become a framework of services, including communication services where all user-specific computation and intelligence may move to the edge cloud. The white paper presents key drivers, research requirements, challenges and essential research questions related to 6G. The focus is on societal and business drivers; use cases and new device forms; spectrum and key performance indicator targets; radio hardware progress and challenges; physical layer; networking; and new service enablers. Societal megatrends, United Nations’ sustainability goals, lowering carbon dioxide emissions, emerging new technical enablers as well as ever increasing productivity demands are introduced as critical drivers towards 2030 solutions. This white paper is the first in a series of 6G Research Visions based on the views that 70 invited experts shared during a special workshop at the first 6G Wireless Summit in Finnish Lapland in March 2019
- Libro bianco: L’intelligenza artificiale al servizio del cittadino, AGID (Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale), 2018
"Questo testo identifica alcune aree principali in cui l’Intelligenza Artificiale può essere di aiuto: nei sistemi sanitari, educativi e giudiziari; nel pubblico impiego e nella sicurezza. Il Libro Bianco fornisce uno sguardo positivo su come i governi, le loro agenzie e le amministrazioni pubbliche, possono servire in modo migliore sia le persone che le imprese migliorando i servizi pubblici e la soddisfazione dei cittadini. Gran parte degli obiettivi che possiamo raggiungere grazie ad un buon utilizzo dell’Intelligenza Artificiale nella Pubblica amministrazione coincide con il lavoro che la Commissione Europea sta facendo per promuovere lo sviluppo dell’e-government e della digitalizzazione dei servizi pubblici come parte integrante della costruzione del Mercato Unico Digitale: - risparmiare tempo e denaro pubblico fornendo servizi pubblici migliori; - rendere i servizi interoperabili tra Stati aumentando l’efficienza e migliorando la trasparenza; - avvicinare le persone ai loro governi, coinvolgendole maggiormente nel processo decisionale. Lo sviluppo e la promozione dell’Intelligenza Artificiale devono essere un progetto europeo e non solo nazionale. È un’opportunità che l’Europa, collettivamente, non può esitare a cogliere con fermezza. Abbiamo bisogno di un dibattito aperto e inclusivo che coinvolga tutti i nostri Paesi, focalizzandosi sul modo più giusto di utilizzare queste nuove tecnologie, su come rispettare diritti fondamentali quali privacy, libertà, sicurezza e la non-discriminazione. Questo Libro Bianco mostra come gli sforzi dell’Italia nel campo dell’Intelligenza Artificiale siano un buon esempio da emulare in altri Paesi, anche per contribuire alla riflessione europea sul cammino da intraprendere."
- Linee-guida in materia di intelligenza artificiale e protezione dei dati, Garante per la protezione dei dati personali – Comitato consultivo della Convenzione sulla protezione delle persone rispetto al trattamento automatizzato di dati a carattere personale (Convenzione 108), 2019
- Solicitation of Written Comments by the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (the ``Commission'') was created by Congress in the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 to ``consider the methods and means necessary to advance the development of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and associated technologies by the United...
- TOWARDS AN AI STRATEGY IN MEXICO: Harnessing the AI Revolution, 2018
This report was commissioned by the British Embassy in Mexico and funded by the Prosperity Fund. Authors (in alphabetical order): Emma Martinho-Truswell, Hannah Miller, Isak Nti Asare, André Petheram, Richard Stirling (Oxford Insights) and Constanza Gómez Mont, Cristina Martinez (C Minds). Acknowledgements: The authors are grateful to the Mexican Government, especially to the National Digital Strategy O ce, for its collaboration and for their time, insights and support throughout the process. We also wish to thank the many experts who generously gave their time and ideas to help develop the insights, analysis and recommendations in this report. These included experts from national, state and local governments; civil society; businesses and startups; and academia. These experts are testament to Mexico’s potential in AI, and we were inspired by their talent, energy and ideas. A full list of all those who participated is in Appendix 1.
- White Paper on Artificial Intelligence: a European approach to excellence and trust, Commissione europea, 2020