Artificial intelligence (AI) helps doctors make better diagnoses, scientists create new materials, farmers grow crops more effectively and all of us driving cars - and millions of other applications. This topic also covers subsets of AI such as machine learning (ML), deep learning and neural networks.
The conservationists and rangers of the Sumatran rainforest, home to a very unique ecosystem, have got a nifty helper - AI listening devices.
A camera system saves endangered birds by stopping the wind turbines before the birds hit them - leading to an 82% drop in fatalities.
An AI-controlled drone with a grab arm should be able to fly around orchards and pick fruit around the clock during the harvest season.
An AI is able to analyze images of melanoma and see which ones are dangerous, as good as a dermatologist.
It isn’t easy spotting great white sharks from the water so a team of researchers have taken to the skies - literally.
An AI has been trained to recognize signs that patients need intensive care. This means that patients receive the right care earlier than they receive today, which increases their chances of survival.
Merritt Moore, a professional ballerina and quantum physicist, programmed herself a partner to dance with during the lockdown - the ballet dancing robot “Baryshnibot”.
An AI has learned to recognize patterns in the brain that show if a person has ADHD and also which treatments can work best.