Posts Tagged ‘AI’

Will AI be the end of the radiologist?

Geoffrey Hinton, one of the world’s most renowned computer scientists has argued that ‘we should stop training radiologists right now’, and that as a result of AI, most would be out of a job within 5 years. But is this really true? Dr Hugh Harvey has a unique perspective on this question, having worked both…

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Welcome to the ‘Algorithm Era’ – Mike Walsh

According to Mike Walsh, the key question to ask is: What kind of leaders are organizations going to need for an age of digital transformation? Walsh, a futurist and author, says there is a “widening gap” between the analog leader of the 20th century and the algorithmic leader of the 21st century. Walsh kicked off…

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Augmenting Human Beings – Mike Walsh

The real threat of AI is not killer robots or rogue star destroyers, but rather systems that lack accountability, or consideration of their economic impact on job replacement. Listen to Mike’s newest podcast episode here. Learn more about Mike Walsh here.

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Why Humans Will Always Play Better Chess, Even When We Lose – Mike Walsh

We live in a time of exponentially improving machines. First chess, then Space Invaders, go and most recently poker – our games now seem mere taunts in a struggle for supremacy between humanity and AI. Even in losing, however, we may learn something about what makes us special. I watched a fascinating documentary about chess prodigy Magnus…

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Ali Parsa on affordable healthcare, machine learning and the future of data-driven wellness – Mike Walsh

Ali Parsa, founder of Babylon Health, has created an extraordinary platform — an app-based service that cost-effectively connects top GPs with patients via their smartphones, and is the UK’s leading digital healthcare service. Babylon allows its users to book a video consultation with a GP in minutes, or message with a photo to receive an answer for simpler…

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Between Two Worlds Podcast with Chetan Dube – Mike Walsh

Between Two Worlds Podcast with Chetan Dube – Mike Walsh Chetan Dube is the cool math professor you always wished you had at college. Impeccably attired and capable of switching between anecdotes about a childhood spent in New Delhi, Paris and London with deep dive explanations of probabilistic vs deterministic neural networks – he is…

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