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IBM makes AI tools and resources available to coronavirus researchers

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IBM today announced the launch of services intended to furnish researchers with resources to fight the novel coronavirus. The company made molecules identified by AI...
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Waymo’s AI improves autonomous vehicle performance while saving costs

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Waymo, Alphabet’s self-driving vehicle research division, today detailed a system — Progressive Population Based Augmentation (PPBA) — it claims has improved the performance of its...
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DarwinAI wants to help identify coronavirus in x-rays, but radiologists aren’t convinced

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Canadian startup DarwinAI and researchers from the University of Waterloo are open-sourcing COVID-Net, a convolutional neural network made for detecting COVID-19 in x-ray imagery. Since...
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Microsoft, White House, and Allen Institute release coronavirus data set for medical and NLP researchers

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The COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19), a repository of more than 29,000 scholarly articles about coronavirus family viruses from around the world, is being released...