Daily AI Roundup: Biggest Machine Learning, Robotic And Automation Updates 8th April 2023
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ResumeBuilder.com, the premier resource for professional resume templates and career advice, has published a recent survey report that examines how hiring managers feel about applicants using ChatGPT to write their resumes and/or cover letters. The report also shares insight into how ChatGPT has altered the hiring process. Overall, researchers collected and analyzed responses from 1,000 hiring managers in the United States.
The Food Allergy Institute (FAI) announced that a peer reviewed paper authored by its founder Inderpal Randhawa, MD, has been published by the clinical journal PLOS ONE. The paper, titled “Food Anaphylaxis Diagnostic Marker Compilation in Machine Learning Design and Validation,” co-authored with data scientists Kirill Groshenkov and Grigori Sigalov, is the first peer-reviewed study to analyze the role and effectiveness of machine learning in actively treating patients with severe food allergies.
Behavox, the leading provider of AI-driven compliance solutions, has announced the release of its Large Language Model (LLM), designed specifically for the financial services industry. The Behavox LLM can run on either Behavox’s environment or a customer’s environment, ensuring secure deployment of AI while maintaining compliance with data management and governance regulations.
Innovative decarbonization solutions will soon take center stage as Mitsubishi Power and Warwick Carbon Solutions have entered into a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) that leverages the expertise of both companies to advance decarbonization projects among energy and industrial sectors.
Audere, a digital health nonprofit developing solutions to advance health equity, announced HealthPulse TestNow, the first COVID-19 app deployed in South Africa that supports self-testers with the administration and interpretation of rapid diagnostic tests (RDT). HealthPulse TestNow helps ensure the accurate use of RDTs through easy-to-follow instructions, process control timers, and guided result interpretation. The solution seamlessly integrates with public health reporting systems and ensures that self-testing data is reported, providing a more comprehensive understanding of disease prevalence.
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