Breast cancer screening: Even with less info, Google’s AI can predict cancer better than human radiologists

Over the last two years, we’ve been working with leading clinical research partners in the U.K. and U.S. to see if artificial intelligence could improve the detection of breast cancer. Today, we’re sharing our initial findings, which have been published in Nature. These findings show that our AI model spotted breast cancer in de-identified screening mammograms (where identifiable information has been removed) with greater accuracy, fewer false positives, and fewer false negatives than experts. This sets the stage for future applications where the model could potentially support radiologists performing breast cancer screenings.”

Ola uses AI to build Guardian feature, which can detect irregular trip activities

The ‘Guardian’ feature, developed by Ola uses real-time data from rides to automatically detect irregular trip activity, including prolonged stops and unexpected route deviations. These alerts are flagged off in real-time to Ola’s dedicated 24×7 Safety Response Team, who immediately reach out to customers and drivers to confirm if they’re safe and offer on-the-call assistance until ride completion.

Becoming an AI utopia: China is halfway there

The targets are ambitious – by 2025 China wants wide-scale adoption of AI in manufacturing, health care, education, agriculture and national defence, and is seeking to usurp the US as…

Indian Supreme Court proposes to use Artificial Intelligence for improved efficiency of judicial system

SA Bobde, the Chief Justice of India said that the Supreme Court has proposed to introduce a system of AI that would help in better administration of justice delivery and constitution. “We propose to introduce, if possible, a system of artificial intelligence. There are many things which we need to look at before we introduce ourselves. We do not want to give the impression that this is ever going to substitute the judges.” said the Chief Justice addressing the Constitution Day function organized by the Supreme Court Bar Association. The Chief Justice added that machines cannot replace humans and that we must continue to rely on the knowledge and wisdom of judges, however the deployment of an AI integration will help reduce the number of pending cases and improve the efficiency of the judicial system.