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This week: using AI to predict breast cancer, how AI is tracking sex traffickers, plus AI and the gen
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Artificial Intelligence Weekly
Artificial Intelligence Weekly
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This week: using AI to predict breast cancer, how AI is tracking sex traffickers, plus AI and the genetic revolution.
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R&D Update: Using AI to predict breast cancer and personalize care - MIT CSAIL

Google I/O 2019: Geoffrey Hinton Says Machines Can Do Anything Humans Can - Synced

Artificial Intelligence May Not 'Hallucinate' After All - WIRED

From the Blogosphere: How Artificial Intelligence Is Tracking Sex Traffickers - OneZero

Predicting the next power disaster - Axios

Tech Companies Are Deleting Evidence of War Crimes - The Atlantic

Podcast of the Week: AI and the Genetic Revolution - Exponential View

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Techstars Startup Digest Artificial Intelligence Weekly is curated by:
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