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Medical diagnostics are a category of medical tests designed to detect infections, conditions and diseases. These medical diagnostics fall under the category of in vitro medical diagnostics (IVD) which be purchased by consumers or used in laboratory settings. Biological samples are isolated from the human body such as blood or tissue to provide results. Today, AI is playing an integral role in the evolution of the field of medical diagnostics.
Artificial intelligence is likely to affect the entire landscape of insurance as we know it. Change is here, more is coming. Today, the insurance market is dominated by massive national brands and legacy product lines that haven’t substantially evolved in decades. This kind of stagnations has historically suggested that it is an industry ripe to be disrupted- see the transportation industry and the raise of ride-share applications.
Genomics is a branch of molecular biology focused on studying all aspects of a genome, or the complete set of genes within a particular organism. Today, machine learning is playing an integral role in the evolution of the field of genomics.
The applications of AI in pharma are building momentum, but we wanted to look beyond the hype and find the underlying trends that matter in business.
It’s no secret that e-tailer Amazon has an army of robots at its warehouses to fulfill orders; currently its robot detail is 45,000 strong. The company also wants to put a fleet of airborne drones into service for fast deliveries. The question that traditional retailers face is whether or not investing in robots to operate inside their stores can actually improve business and help them stay relevant with consumers.
Smartphone manufacturers are trend-setters for innovations in the mobile and consumer electronics space at large. The convenience and integral role of mobile technology in the everyday lives of consumers have contributed to the estimated 77 percent of Americans who own a smartphone. It's no wonder so many of the smartphone applications we use every day leverage artificial intelligence to improve the user experience.