Roundup

  1. July 23, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: AI, robots, and human cognitive biases; mental health burdens among physicians; how important is explainable AI in medicine?; falling vaccination rates and rising COVID cases; the new era of multiomics research; “borg”...

  2. July 16, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: analogy, embodiment, and the future of AI; understanding the perils of dataset shift for algorithmic medicine; turmoil envelopes Tennessee vaccination programs; sarcasm detection; polygenic testing and embryo selection; ...

  3. July 9, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: teaching “same” and “different” to neural networks; unraveling fractal broccoli; randomized trials for AI; COVID adds downward pressure to US health stats; building ground-up algorithmic accountability; FDA backpedals on...

  4. July 2, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: a skeptical look at “technological determinism”; growing demand for continuous monitoring has implications for primary care; an epidemic of burnout; note of caution on repurposing drugs for COVID; climate change expands...

  5. June 25, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: primer on finding and countering AI bias; critique for widely used sepsis model; docs face difficulty in getting mental health help; frozen rotifers emerge after millennia; US life expectancy drops during 2020; deciding...

  6. June 18, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: latest challenge to Affordable Care Act rejected by Supreme Court; what the humanities have to offer AI; FDA approval of Alzheimer therapy draws widespread criticism; contact tracing apps have yet to reach full potential...

  7. June 11, 2021

    Today’s Roundup: “Corrupting effects” of artificial intelligence; intense controversy over FDA decision on Alzheimer drug; rural-urban gap in mortality widens; protecting de-identified patient data; trying to understand long COVID;...

  8. June 4, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: got to get ourselves back to the garden; wearable tech for noninvasive glucose measurement; grappling with the COVID pandemic’s legacy of grief; “credibility crisis” for machine learning; getting the most out of a...

  9. May 28, 2021

    In today’s Memorial Day Weekend edition of Roundup: doing the necessary “data work”; new cell expression atlas aims to capture entire individuals; stress-testing the system for generating systematic evidence; wolves contribute to highway...

  10. May 21, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: training AIs to search like a human; ADAPTABLE aspirin trial reports results; taking stock of global evidence generation system during the COVID pandemic; atomic blast yields rare quasicrystals; CRISPR editing for...

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