Author: Jordan McGee

AI in Everyday Life

From chatbots and digital assistants to facial recognition, our day-to-day encounters with artificial intelligence have grown over the last few years, most of us unaware of it. According to Capgemini, a company that deals with digital transformation, fifty-four percent of people engage with AI-based systems/services on a daily basis-compared to twenty-one percent in 2018. With the various products and technological discoveries that are made daily, we can almost be sure that AI will further solidify a place in society.  ...

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Mindstrong

The pandemic has had a significant effect on the general population’s mental health, with anxiety and depression being at an all-time high. Companies such as Mindstrong are actively striving to assist people by offering services surrounding people’s mental health. Mindstrong uses AI technology to help them analyze and predict how a patient is doing. All of the care is provided remotely through one’s cell phone and can be covered by health insurance without having to pay out of pocket. Therapy happens over messaging, video call, or over the phone with a therapist on their mobile app. The app also...

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Nuritas

With gyms and workout spaces being restricted due to the pandemic, many people have instead looked to alter their diet to reach their fitness goals. Nuritas is a company that uses artificial intelligence and genomics to effectively predict and provide access to the most beneficial components contained inside food, called bioactive peptides. The proprietary platform of the business targets, predicts, and unlocks novel bioactive peptides from natural sources. Each peptide addresses a specific field, including muscle health, anti-inflammation, intestinal health, skincare, glucose control, and food preservation. These provide specific, practical, life-changing health benefits that help people achieve the goals...

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AI Turns Spoken Words into Sign Language

For several centuries sign language has served as a means of communication for those who are auditorily impaired. Ben Saunders at The University of Surrey, UK, and his colleagues recently created a system capable of translating spoken language into sign language. The device, SignGAN, employs a neural network to map signs to a 3D model of the human skeleton. AI that can create photo-realistic videos of sign language interpreters from speech could boost accessibility by eliminating the need for humans. AI is paving the way in many areas and redefining the capabilities when it comes to communication.   ...

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Blind Runner Completes 5k Guided by AI

AI is allowing us to expand our perceptions of what we once thought was possible. Thomas Panek, a blind man, and CEO of Guiding Eyes for the Blind,  recently completed a solo 5-kilometer run. Panek officially partnered with Google to create an app that lets him run without the help of humans or guide dogs. His app is available on a standard Android phone using its camera to detect the line and sends audio prompts via the headphones to direct the runner and keep them on track. As we continue to harness the power and capabilities of AI, there...

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