January 1, 2020 – Denise Grady – The New York Times
“Unlike humans, computers do not get tired, bored or distracted toward the end of a long day of reading mammograms…But in some instances, A.I. missed a cancer that all six radiologists found — and vice versa.”
October 15, 2018 – Charlotte Jee – MIT Technology Review
“The firm’s deep-learning tool was able to correctly distinguish metastatic cancer 99% of the time, a greater accuracy rate than human pathologists.”
June 2 2018 – Mike Allen – Axios
We’re entering a new, robot-fueled tech boom that is already disrupting the world’s balance of power, and is changing how we fight wars, stay alive, drive, work, shop and do chores.
May 29 2018 – Paris Martineau – The Outline
A new study shows they’re better at it than humans.
Apr 11 2018 – Emily Mullin – MIT Technology Review
Marking a new era of “diagnosis-by-software”, The US Food and Drug Administration gave permission to a company called IDx to market an AI-powered diagnostic tool for ophthalmology.
Dec 11 2017 – Alex Williams – New York Times
Artificial intelligence could make countless professions obsolete by the time our kids reach their 20s.
Nov 16 2017 – Jackie Snow – MIT Technology Review
Add diagnosing dangerous lung diseases to the growing list of things artificial intelligence can do better than humans.
Nov 10 2017 – Matt Simon – Wired Magazine
This robot helps doctors and nurses bring food and drugs to patients.
Oct 6 2017 – CBInsights.com
Automation is coming after jobs, from fast food workers to accountants. This study shows which jobs are most at risk, given several different factors.
Oct 4 2017 – Elizabeth Weingarten – Slate.com
Caregiving may be the last realm where humans outperform machines. But will that change the way society values it?