One Canadian startup has created a tool to detect coronavirus infections on X-rays.
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From moderating social media to unpicking the very essence of COVID-19, AI is helping tackle the coronavirus in all manner of ingenious ways.
In some areas, artificial intelligence can spot disease just as well as human doctors. But it's not the only way AI could really make a difference to healthcare.
Elon Musk's secretive startup has promised to connect humans and machines. Here's a look at how it might work - and the barriers it will need to overcome.
A mix of artificial intelligence and custom silicon could help people diagnose themselves with a range of conditions before they show symptoms.
The Human Brain Project is an ambitious initiative that seeks to understand how the brain works by simulating it with technology. Could it help us understand the nature of our own consciouness?
Rebuilding the brain: Using AI, electrodes, and machine learning to bridge gaps in the human nervous system
The Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering is building a bidirectional human computer interface that could be used to help stroke and spinal injury patients.
While privacy and regulation will slow the pace of adoption, AI will bring some profound changes to healthcare.
Startup Vicarious is aiming to build the first general artificial intelligence system -- just don't expect it any time soon.