AI and Machine Learning will slowly arrive make its way into all of our apps in both seen and unseen ways.
How do we embrace this? How do we plan for this? How will this change the work all of us do?
Here’s Microsoft’s “Design Ideas” in PowerPoint:
In the article, “New AI Can Diagnose Pneumonia Better Than Doctors (https://www.fastcodesign.com/90152230/new-ai-can-diagnose-pneumonia-better-than-doctors) we begin to see a glimpse of the possibilities:
“In the case of CheXnet, the research team led by Stanford adjunct professor Andrew Ng, started by training the neural network with 112,120 chest X-ray images that were previously manually labeled with up to 14 different diseases. One of them was pneumonia. After training it for a month, the software beat previous computer-based methods to detect this type of infection. The Stanford Machine Learning Group team pitted its software against four Stanford radiologists, giving each of them 420 X-ray images. This graphic shows how the radiologists–represented by the orange Xs–did compared to the program–represented by the blue curve.”
This is an impressive use of machine learning instead of on-the-ground sensors for smart parking.