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Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications for COVID-19 pandemic. 1.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications for COVID-19 pandemic

Background In this worldwide health crisis, the medical industry is looking for new technologies to monitor and controls the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. AI is one of such technology which can easily track the spread of this virus, identifies the high-risk patients, and is useful in controlling this infection in real-time. It can also predict mortality risk by adequately analyzing the previous data of the patients. AI can help us to fight this virus by population screening, medical help, notification, and suggestions about the infection control [[1], [2], [3]]. Fig. 1. The above flow diagram informs and compares the flow of minimal non-AI treatment versus AI-based treatment. COVID-19 digital transformation & technology.

In just a few months’ time, the COVID-19 crisis has brought about years of change in the way companies in all sectors and regions do business.

COVID-19 digital transformation & technology

According to a new McKinsey Global Survey of executives, their companies have accelerated the digitization of their customer and supply-chain interactions and of their internal operations by three to four years. And the share of digital or digitally enabled products in their portfolios has accelerated by a shocking seven years. Nearly all respondents say that their companies have stood up at least temporary solutions to meet many of the new demands on them, and much more quickly than they had thought possible before the crisis.

AIGDch04. The Medium Review - Break On Through (To The Other Side) - Video Game News & Guides. Bloober Team, a Polish indie developer responsible for Layers of Fear, Observer, and Blair Witch, jolted up bleak and boring January with their darkest and most ambitious game to date.

The Medium Review - Break On Through (To The Other Side) - Video Game News & Guides

The Medium is the first proper Xbox Series X/S console exclusive so far, although the game is also available on Windows PC. Nice to see that Microsoft is sticking to their promise of inclusivity for their long-suffering PC audience who spent Xbox 360 and Xbox One days outside the loop. Shifting Realities: How does the new TikTok trend work? If you’ve been anywhere on the internet recently, you’ve likely heard about “Draco Malfoy TikTok”.

Shifting Realities: How does the new TikTok trend work?

It’s exploded in recent weeks — at time of writing, the hashtag #dracomalfoy currently boasts over 2 billion views. 5 Best Online Interior Design Services - Virtual Interior Decorating Service. TikTok is coming after Snapchat with a new augmented reality ad format. TikTok is readying the launch of a new augmented reality ad format as the popular video app continues to rapidly ramp up its ad product development to bring itself in line with the likes of Instagram and Snapchat.

TikTok is coming after Snapchat with a new augmented reality ad format

The “AR brand effect” ad will allow TikTok users to add interactive visual effects from advertisers to their TikTok videos that interact with the physical environment around them, according to people familiar with the plans. A car could zoom the length of the kitchen table, or the creator could interact with an advertiser’s mascot as it bounces around the room, for example. The ads will be clickable and feature music that plays as the user shoots their video. How the Pandemic Is Reshaping Interior Design So Far. In January, we identified the 10 interior design trends that would rule 2020.

How the Pandemic Is Reshaping Interior Design So Far

The Future of Interior Design Will Be Changed in These 8 Notable Ways. Katie Saunders, founder of Pop and Grey, a brand design and strategy firm for interior designers, thinks people will want to invest in their residences more than ever.

The Future of Interior Design Will Be Changed in These 8 Notable Ways

“The post-COVID client will be more attuned to flaws in their homes after spending such a long time locked up in them,” she says. “Suddenly the little annoyances they’ve overlooked for years will become big things that must be fixed now—and they’ll be willing to pay a premium to have it done right.” Color Trends. Virtual Doctors-in-Training: A Medical Student’s Perspective on Returning Back to “Normal” » in-Training, the online peer-reviewed publication for medical students. We have seen our classmates’ faces, memorized each other’s hometowns and politely chuckled at every “fun fact” introduction despite having heard it countless times.

Virtual Doctors-in-Training: A Medical Student’s Perspective on Returning Back to “Normal” » in-Training, the online peer-reviewed publication for medical students

Some of us have admitted to writing down random facts about others as we hear them, hoping to review them later and somehow kindle more profound relationships than the pandemic naturally allows. We virtually contact each other later with a random sentiment trying to relate to someone’s favorite sports team or vacation place. Thus far, my classmates seem extremely kind, but I fear that these relationships will be altogether cursory due to a lack of opportunity to truly meet. 10 1108 ITP 03 2015 0069. Should you rent or buy a home from a video viewing? Estate agents are increasingly offering video tours and virtual viewings to buyers and renters as they look to tempt them into making offers during the coronavirus lockdown.

Should you rent or buy a home from a video viewing?

With the property market on hold and in-person house viewings suspended, many agents are offering online viewings instead – but would you buy or rent a home you’ve never seen in person? Here, Which? Explains how online viewings work and offers advice on the key things you should consider before agreeing to view a property virtually. Virtual viewings are on the rise The government’s stay-at-home measures mean people can’t currently complete on house purchases, but estate agents are finding innovative ways to market homes in the meantime. Coronavirus: the rise of virtual viewings.

Unable to show buyers around properties in person, estate agents are turning to innovative methods to enable them to still view potential new homes.

Coronavirus: the rise of virtual viewings

By Property News team April 13, 2020 Zoopla. SO1 - Segment of One building the most advanced promotion AI. Untitled. Artificial intelligence: Artificial intelligence is changing the face of online shopping. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way you shop online. Specifically, it’s driving a change in two areas – search and customer service. Advancements in AI like deep learning and machine leaning combined with the rise in mobile commerce are now being put to use by retailers and e-commerce sites such as Amazon to improve the lives of online consumers.

Both are software that learn to perform complex tasks without active supervision by humans. How search is changing Traditional search engines such as Google have been using algorithms that pick on a string of keywords to throw up results that they think are closest to what searchers are looking for. Retail companies are using a combination of analytics, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision and facial recognition to compete in online business. One of the biggest examples of visual search is ‘Pinterest Lens’. 19 Powerful Ways To Use Artificial Intelligence In eCommerce. Unless you have been burrowed deep underground for the last couple of years, you’ve most likely heard of artificial intelligence (AI). But how can we use artificial intelligence in eCommerce? In this article, we share powerful and practical ways that retail businesses are using AI in the world of online shopping. AI is beginning to embed itself into all aspects of our lives. From the growing number of self-checkout cash registers to advanced security checks at the airport; artificial intelligence is just about everywhere.

ECHO- An interactive Installation by artist, Georgie Pinn. Chill: Robots Won't Take All Our Jobs. None of this is to say that automation and AI aren’t having an important impact on the economy. But that impact is far more nuanced and limited than the doomsday forecasts suggest. A rigorous study of the impact of robots in manufacturing, agriculture, and utilities across 17 countries, for instance, found that robots did reduce the hours of lower-skilled workers—but they didn’t decrease the total hours worked by humans, and they actually boosted wages.

In other words, automation may affect the kind of work humans do, but at the moment, it’s hard to see that it’s leading to a world without work. McAfee, in fact, says of his earlier public statements, “If I had to do it over again, I would put more emphasis on the way technology leads to structural changes in the economy, and less on jobs, jobs, jobs. The central phenomenon is not net job loss. McAfee points to both retail and transportation as areas where automation is likely to have a major impact. AI and the Future of Work. While no one knows what artificial intelligence’s effect on work will be, we can all agree on one thing: it’s disruptive. So far, many have cast that disruption in a negative light and projected a future in which robots take jobs from human workers. That’s one way to look at it. Another is that automation may create more jobs than it displaces. By offering new tools for entrepreneurs, it may also create new lines of business that we can’t imagine now.

A recent study from Redwood Software and Sapio Research underscores this view. How AI is impacting the workplace. AI two main use cases today, decision support and chat bots, are helping employees do their jobs better, not replacing them. Artificial intelligence is a hot topic these days. Subscribe to read. Using AI, people who are blind are able to find familiar faces in a room. All companies are technology companies now. Companies that use technology for competitive advantage will win in today's fast-paced business environment where all companies are becoming tech companies. Artificial Intelligence In The Workplace: How AI Is Transforming Your Employee Experience.

Robots are helping our jobs - selection candidates with Key words, helping with training on the job, monitor the employees perfomance etc. – graceoliviaa

Robots aren’t taking our jobs — they’re becoming our bosses.