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Artificial Intelligence is used to predict Cancer growth

Artificial Intelligence, an area focusing on the creation of intelligent machines, is gaining increased recognition in the healthcare industry. Cancer, one of the leading causes of many deaths, is a major national concern. Also, expenditures are higher for Cancer as compared to other diseases. Cancer is a complex and uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in …

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Make Sense with AISense

Citrix has been a cornerstone of enterprise-class desktop virtualization. Nowadays, enterprises, large and small, employ Citrix and similar virtual environments to host applications of all types. These environments help organizations keep infrastructure costs down and data secure behind a firewall. But this high-grade security brings with it a series of challenges for automation. Robotics Process …

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Business Insights, Digital Transformation

6 Steps to Cognitive Automation Success

Almost half of the enterprises implementing RPA in the next six months will be doing so with RPA solutions that offer cognitive capabilities. But just as the processes you can automate using cognitive RPA are more complex, implementing the software itself can be tricky. It’ll take longer than traditional RPA, and it will probably cost a …

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Intelligent Machines: Serious Quantum Computers

Quantum computers promise to run calculations far beyond the reach of any conventional supercomputer. They might revolutionize the discovery of new materials by making it possible to simulate the behavior of matter down to the atomic level. Or they could upend cryptography and security by cracking otherwise invincible codes. There is even hope they will …

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Its meaning and Impact on Our Lives

The First Industrial Revolution used water and steam power to mechanize production. The Second used electric power to create mass production. The Third used electronics and information technology to automate production. Now a Fourth Industrial Revolution is building on the Third, the digital revolution that has been occurring since the middle of the last century. …

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Breakthrough Technologies Of 2018

Dueling neural networks. Artificial embryos. AI in the cloud. Here is the annual list of the 10 technology advances we think will shape the way we work and live now and for years to come. MIT Technology Review picks 10 Breakthrough Technologies every year since 2001 based on technology, or perhaps even a collection of technologies, …

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Leap Motion: A Glimpse into the Future of Computing

Touch is transforming how we interact with computers, and motion control can do the same. Gesture interaction with computers had long been the stuff of sci-fi. So what can Leap Motion do? Leap Motion is the first serious mainstream contender for a high fidelity gesture peripheral. It tracks the movement of hands in two square feet of space …

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Business Insights, Digital Transformation

Digitization of Paper-Based Processes

Decades after computers were supposed to end paper-based business, we’re still at it, using documents to send and receive information and act as proxies in business processes. It’s hard to say if paper consumption slowed thanks to digitization, because good historical use statistics are hard to find. However, it doesn’t really matter, because business is …

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SAP Discovers CRM

“Caught short by Salesforce, SAP targets ‘front office’ market” is more revealing than SAP might like but the headline on Reuters’ story is appropriate to the announcements coming out of SAP’s annual customer confab in Orlando, Florida. It describes SAP’s new attempt to consolidate a group of about a dozen front office apps into a fully integrated …

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