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Is China Already in the 21st Century in the Fields of AI for Healthcare and Quantum Computing?

It is 2018 everywhere, but not every country is treating being in the 21st century equally. China is rushing into it, even in healthcare, while the United States is tip-toeing its way towards the future. Especially in healthcare. Ready or not, the future is here...and the U.S. may not be ready...Artificial Intelligence: Yes, the U.S. has been the leader in A.I., with some of the leading universities and tech companies working on it. That may not be enough. A year ago China announced that it intended to be the world leader in A.I. by 2025. The Next Web recently concluded that China's progress since then "remains unchecked." China is far outspending the U.S. on A.I. research and infrastructure, coordinating efforts between government, research institutes, universities, and private companies. Dr. Steven White, a professor at China's Tsinghua University, "likens the country's succeed at all costs AI program to Russia's Sputnik moment." We have yet to have that wake-up call...

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Qcloud Initiative Offers Open-Access Quantum Computing

Anna Vega | Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) | September 9, 2013

A cutting-edge initiative allowing users to access a miniature quantum processor chip via the Internet is to be launched by the University of Bristol. Read More »

The Growing Rivalry Between Google and IBM

Greg Satell | Forbes | September 11, 2016

Still the growing rivalry is unmistakeable. Very few companies are capable of developing this type of deep learning technology and clearly, both IBM and Google are leading the pack. To be sure, other companies such as Facebook and Microsoft are also developing capabilities in this area, but up to this point at least, they don’t seem to have made quite as much progress.

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The Web Is in Danger, Copyright Reform Can Break the Internet

Nino Vranešič | El Nino Blog | September 15, 2016

Basic copyright laws and enforcements have been in effect for hundreds of years.
Let’s go back in the history: First Industrial Revolution was based on water and steam power to mechanize production. The second was all about electricity which helped create mass production. The third, connected electronics and information technology to automate production. Now we live in “Fourth Industrial Revolution” which we also call the digital revolution...

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Pistoia Alliance US Conference 2017

Event Details
Type: 
Conference
Date: 
October 10, 2017 - 9:00am - 9:00pm
Location: 
Hilton Boston Back Bay
40 Dalton St
Boston, MA 02115
United States

The Pistoia Alliance US Conference 2017 is a free one-day conference put on by the Pistoia Alliance. This year's theme is "Lab of the Future" and will focus on how advances in automation, connectivity, machine learning, augmented reality, quantum computing, and blockchain are affecting clinical outcomes data and research data and diminishing the boundaries between hospitals, research laboratories, clinics, and ambulatory care...

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