AI Articles and Analysis about Emergency management

Disaster management (or emergency management) is the creation of plans through which communities reduce vulnerability to hazards and cope with disasters.

AI Adoption in Storytelling and Procurement – v.1-1-min

AI Adoption in Storytelling and Procurement – with Edmund Zagorin of Arkestro and Len DeCandia of Johnson & Johnson

This interview analysis is sponsored by Arkestro and was written, edited, and published in alignment with our Emerj sponsored content guidelines. Learn more about our thought leadership and content creation services on our Emerj Media Services page.

AI and B2B Customer Journey Signals – with Carlos Quezada of Hewlett Packard Enterprises@1x-min

AI and B2b Customer Journey Signals – with Carlos Quezada of Hewlett Packard Enterprises

Companies that use AI copilots experience numerous benefits, including streamlined processes, improved customer experience, and cost savings. Large language models (LLMs) form the basis of many AI copilot applications. While LLMs have a remarkable capacity to generate humanlike text, that same capability is the reason businesses need to exercise caution in order to prevent misapplications of this otherwise transformative technology. 

UNICRI on responsible AI criteria and other tool kits@2x-min

UNICRI-Approved Responsible AI Toolkits for Law Enforcement

The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) was established in 1968 as an autonomous institution in response to a United Nations resolution urging expanded crime prevention and criminal justice activities. UNICRI's mission is to advance justice, crime prevention, security, and the rule of law to support peace, human rights, and sustainable development. 

AI at State Farm@1x-min

Artificial Intelligence at State Farm

State Farm is a large insurance company headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois. Its main lines of business include property and casualty insurance, as well as auto insurance. The company is the leading auto and home insurer in the United States.

Beyond GPUs_ The Future of AI Computing with Perspectives from Intel, GE Research, Groq and Rain@2x

Beyond GPUs: The Future of AI Computing with Perspectives from Intel, GE Research, Groq and Rain

Edge AI, also known as edge intelligence, is a term that refers to the convergence of two dynamic technological trends: edge computing and Artificial Intelligence. In today's tech landscape, the proliferation of mobile devices and advancements in communication technologies have fueled the rise of edge computing, which focuses on processing data at the network edge. 

The Future of Patient Experiences in Healthcare – with Dr. Nele Jessel of Athenahealth@2x

The Future of Patient Experience in Healthcare – with Dr. Nele Jessel of Athenahealth

The healthcare industry has experienced several changes in recent decades. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), signed into law in 1996, represents one such change. HIPAA was initially intended to simplify how healthcare is administered. However, the law also contributed to the increased administrative burden for healthcare practitioners. 

002 – AI at MetLife-min

Artificial Intelligence at MetLife – Three Use Cases

MetLife is a leading global insurance company headquartered in New York City. It provides its customers various insurance and financial services, including life insurance, health insurance, retirement plans, and investment management.