Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of all of the artificial intelligence / machine learning hype. For the most part, bad Does not lead to anything serious. However that’s not so true In the medical field. At this point, there is actually a slight crisis of confidence with machine learning in medicine. according to stat news, “Machine learning, a subset of AI driving billions of dollars of investment in the field of medicine, is facing a credibility crisis. An ever-growing list of papers rely on limited or low-quality data, fail to specify their training approach and statistical methods, and don’t test whether they will work for people of different races, genders, ages, and geographies.” Medical professionals can breathe a sigh of relief. They won’t be replaced anytime soon. http://bit.ly/3x00KJv
The United States has finally decided to help out a little on the covid-19 vaccine donation front. according to Associated Press, “The U.S. will donate 75% of its unused COVID-19 vaccines to the U.N.-backed COVAX global vaccine sharing program, President Joe Biden announced Thursday. The White House unveiled the allocation for sharing the first 25 million doses with the world. The U.S. has said it plans to share 80 million vaccine doses globally by the end of June. The administration says 25% will be kept in reserve for emergencies and for the U.S. to share directly with allies and partners.” Better late than never, I suppose. Though to be honest, the damage Has already been done. The United States has looked feckless when it comes to helping other countries out. http://bit.ly/2S1Az6q
If you’ve ever wondered where all those artificial flavors in food comes from, you’re in luck. The BBC has an article on an expert who Spends her days creating custom-made flavors for clients. While it may not improve Your view of the food industry, it’s definitely an interesting article. http://bbc.in/3fNIYTM
Thanks for reading. Let’s be careful out there.