Dutch project aims to increase safety of gall bladder surgery Predictive models and medical image analysis have the potential to transform health care delivery today. To accelerate the innovative approaches, teams around the world are converging in a global hackathon as organized by SAS to advance the field of health
With unemployment at a three-year high, the socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the UK hard. While significant progress has now been made on the clinical side of the crisis, and the success of the vaccination programme is a cause for optimism, the impact on the economy will
The time for experimenting with artificial intelligence (AI) is over. In a COVID-19 climate, it is important to be able to quickly scale up analytical models to industrial processes. SAS believes the solution can be found in democratizing AI. Most manufacturing businesses have large amounts of data at their disposal.
Interview mit Dr. Christian Rammer (ZEW). Er ist Projektleiter im Forschungsbereich Innovationsökonomik und Unternehmensdynamik.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most popular topics in the tech industry, along with IoT, cloud and blockchain, to mention just a few. Although it is a very promising technology, it is also connected with very high expectations, quite often beyond the capabilities that AI provides today. As
Artificial intelligence undoubtedly remains a key trend when it comes to picking the technologies that will change how we live, work and play in the near future. As always, with great power comes great responsibility. There are many benefits that AI solutions bring to the world. But poor design or
In 2020 alone, the global losses from natural disasters amounted to a staggering US$210 billion! This is just short of the 2020 GDP of Portugal, or a little more than twice the market cap of HSBC, Europe’s largest bank. The causes of these huge losses include drought-fuelled wildfires, severe floods
Ein Gespräch mit Broetje-Automation: Dirk Eickhorst, Leiter Robotik.
Reinforcement learning can help banks optimise their collections strategies to cope with an explosion in COVID-19-related delinquencies.
Chemical companies are sitting on data gold mines waiting to be exploited. Yet most of them struggle to capitalize on the full potential and insights of their data. How can you make advanced analytics work for you and gain competitive advantage? For the past couple of years, chemical companies have