Artificial intelligence is impacting every single aspect of our future, but it has a fundamental flaw that needs to be addressed.
The use of blockchain in clinical trials enables drug-makers to manage information regarding drug or vaccine development in a secure way with transparency and data integrity.
The involvement of AI in healthcare allows triage centers to use the limited medical resources available to save as many lives as possible during a widespread public health emergency like a pandemic.
Lucy probe is scheduled to launch on October 16th, 2021 atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket for a 12-year long tour of the solar system.
COVID-19 was spreading “virulently” in Wuhan as early as May 2019 instead of December 2019, according to an intelligence analysis of spending on PCR testing equipment.
Combining big data and blockchain is valuable for supply chain, financial services, healthcare and insurtech organizations by providing them better data storage, integrity, accessibility and security.
Machine learning is currently overhyped, but in the long term it will deliver dramatic improvements in our jobs, lives and societies.