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DeepMind and Google Health have developed an AI that can predict who’ll get one of the world’s most common causes of blindness. The system was built to detect age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a disease that afflicts more than 25% of over-60s in Europe and up to 11 million people in the US. There are two types of the disease: a “dry” form, which often only causes mild sight loss, and a “wet” one, which can lead to permanent blindness. [Read: This AI detects eye disease in newborn babies]...
When a Trump administration decree prevented American companies from working with Huawei, the company was forced to abandon Google apps on new phones. But the company has managed to exploit one loophole: Huawei today announced the P30 Pro ‘New Edition,’ providing a minor spec bump to its last flagship phone before the ban went into effect. This is in fact the second time the company has re-released the P30, having done so last fall. So what’s new this time? Well, not much really. The company...
The Muppets are back, but only for a couple of hours. Disney+ has announced a release date for Muppets Now, a six-episode limited series that takes a meta peek behind the curtain of making a Muppets streaming series happen.
Dathena, which uses AI and machine learning to monitor and protect sensitive enterprise data, raised $12 million in venture capital.
Pokemon GO will test its new AR feature that will allow its characters better blend with real-world objects.
This is a preview of the AI in Medical Diagnosis research report from Business Insider Intelligence.
As cases at plants around the state rose, Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts said data would no longer be made public