While privacy and regulation will slow the pace of adoption, AI will bring some profound changes to healthcare.
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AIs don't have human-level abilities yet, and they might never have them. But there are questions of responsibility, rights and moral status that we still need to talk about today.
From moderating social media to unpicking the very essence of COVID-19, AI is helping tackle the coronavirus in all manner of ingenious ways.
Robotic exoskeletons, from single-joint systems to full-body kits, are beginning to be deployed across industry and the military.
One Canadian startup has created a tool to detect coronavirus infections on X-rays.
In hospitals around the world, surgeons are getting help from new robotic assistants.
Startup Vicarious is aiming to build the first general artificial intelligence system -- just don't expect it any time soon.