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   AI detects over 95 percent of diabetic retinopathy casesAI detects over 95 percent of diabetic retinopathy cases
 
A new study presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmologists (AAO) on October 14, 2019 reports an astonishing 95.% yield when artificial intelligence (AI) is used to screen a real life population for diabetic retinopathy.
 
   Machine learning reveals links between genetic factors and behaviorMachine learning reveals links between genetic factors and behavior
 
Researchers at the University of Utah Health have used machine learning to start making links between seemingly instinctive, random behaviors and the genetic factors that shape such behaviors.
 
 Entire Rockets 3D Printed by AI Robots
 
Entire Rockets 3D Printed by AI RobotsThe LA-based startup, Relativity Space, are combining Artificial Intelligence (AI) with four of the world’s largest metal 3D printers, the result is rocket parts printed day and night under the instructions of AI. Theoretically, this method of working could see rockets being created on the surface of mars, without the need for physical human intervention.
 
 
 Researchers use AI to counter soaring costs of health care
 
Researchers use AI to counter soaring costs of health careResearchers at West Virginia University are using artificial intelligence to counter soaring costs of health care and deliver more efficient and accurate diagnoses of cardiovascular diseases.
 
 
 Computer-generated flu vaccine enters clinical trials in the US
 
Computer-generated flu vaccine enters clinical trials in the USA seasonal flu vaccine has been developed at Flinders University in South Australia and is set to be tested in clinical trials in the US. The vaccine has been created with artificial intelligence and scientists claim that it is more effective than the traditional seasonal flu vaccine.
 
 
 A*STAR's Novel AI Chip Design Platform to Give the Semiconductor Industry a Boost in Productivity and Quality
 
A*STAR's Novel AI Chip Design Platform to Give the Semiconductor Industry a Boost in Productivity and QualityA*STAR researchers have developed an AI chip design platform that has the potential to transform the multibillion-dollar global integrated circuit (IC) design industry by accelerating design optimisation, reducing IC design turnaround time, and improving productivity significantly by twofold.