Daily AI Roundup: Biggest Machine Learning, Robotic And Automation Updates 7th June 2023
This is our AI Daily Roundup . We are covering the top updates from around the world. The updates will feature state-of-the-art capabilities in artificial intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation, Fintech, and human-system interactions. We cover the role of AI Daily Roundup and its application in various industries and daily lives.
NextGen Food Robotics, a leading innovator in the food robotics industry that operates in its 20,000 sq. foot food manufacturing facility that is retrofitted with the newest technologically advanced robotic food manufacturing machines which does eliminates human labour by over 90%.
Clarify Health, an innovative leader in healthcare analytics and digital solutions, is thrilled to announce the closed beta launch of its revolutionary generative artificial intelligence (AI) co-pilot, Clara. This groundbreaking technology is set to empower healthcare delivery organizations to access insights into influenceable behavior changes that matter the most in lowering the cost and improving the quality of healthcare – at a fraction of the time it traditionally takes.
Security executives are overwhelmingly craving more Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions in 2023 to help them battle the growing cybersecurity threat landscape according to a new primary research study from Netrix Global. The Netrix Global 2023 Cybersecurity Outlook Research Report found that 22 percent of respondents said that they would like to see more AI used in cybersecurity this year, nearly five times more than automation – which came in a distant second (five percent), closely followed by threat detection, improved cloud security and authentication methods (each with four percent share respectively).
Zapata Computing, the software company building solutions to enterprises’ most computationally complex problems, announced that it has published research with Insilico Medicine, Foxconn, and the University of Toronto which explores the use of hybrid quantum-classical generative adversarial networks (GAN) for small molecule discovery. Not only could the quantum-enhanced GANs generate small molecules, but these molecules had more desirable properties than those generated by purely classical GANs.
Gradient AI, a leading enterprise software provider of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in the insurance industry, announced that ATS Underwriting, a privately held, full-service managing general underwriter (MGU) specializing in Medical Stop Loss insurance, has adopted Gradient AI’s SAIL Solution to enhance its underwriting processes within the small group transitional market. This market primarily consists of smaller companies undergoing a significant shift from fully insured to self-funded plans.
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