University of North Texas entered a global competition to predict the spread of COVID-19 using artifical intelligence. Students are using real-world data for models to forcast the number of infections and fatalities resulting from the pandemic. More than 400 teams joined the competiion globally.
A trial underway at Western Australia's Murdoch University is tipped to save time and money by using artificial intelligence to digitally identify plants, vertebrates and insects suspected to pose a biosecurity threat.
Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence model that accurately identified tuberculosis from chest X-rays.