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Artificial intelligence

As investments and revenues soar year-on-year and nations vie for leadership in the field of artificial intelligence, research output continues its steep, upward trajectory. But there are significant ethical and technical challenges to overcome.

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An innovative young company, Standigm Inc., is creating cutting-edge AI technology for discovering and developing new therapeutics.

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The Japanese Government is driving the development of AI-based innovations that aim to ease the healthcare burden and enable professionals to deliver better quality face-to-face care.

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For the first time in the world, THE INVERSE SCATTERING PROBLEM, an unsolved problem in the history of applied mathematics, has been solved analytically

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An ankle sensor for he elderly is just one example of a disruptive AI technology being fostered by a venture capital company in Japan

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Supported by the positive spiral of research and development at Hitachi’s Lumada Data Science Lab, top data scientists are developing artificial intelligence solutions to help solve society's challenges

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The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is ahead of the game when it comes to AI and robotics. And that includes the societal side as much as the technological.

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Tsinghua Shenzhen International Graduate School has been driving rapid progress in AI visualization and imaging, with diverse real-world applications.

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AI experts, in different stages of their careers, are offered generous research funding by two leading institutions.

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