During the pandemic, thousands of women have skipped scans and check-ups. So physicians tapped an algorithm to predict those at the highest risk.
On Facebook, videos of people reporting disturbing side-effects from the shots have been viewed by millions. Fact-checking efforts can’t keep up.
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Machine learning programs trained with patient reports, rather than doctors’, find problems that doctors miss—especially in Black people.
During her confirmation hearing, the Treasury nominee said that blockchain-based financial networks are “a particular concern.”
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China produces as many artificial intelligence researchers as the US, but it lags in key fields like machine learning. The government hopes to make up ground.