Roundup

  1. May 14, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: yawning in a new (and more complimentary) light; military weighs increased autonomy for AI-controlled weapons systems; researchers raise concerns about Sputnik vaccine data; AI enables early detection of low ejection...

  2. May 7, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: rigorous look at cat-sitting dynamics; how to think about and manage the panoply of risks presented by AI applications; getting to the “root pathophysiology” of racial inequities in medicine; surveying the use of machine...

  3. April 30, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: projecting human qualities onto machines; the door of zoonotic transmission swings both ways; gender equity’s literal impact factor manifests in lunar art; parallel designs for more efficient pediatric clinical trials;...

  4. April 23, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: Earth Day occasions reflections on environment, health; EU unveils approach for AI regulation; seeing Novavax in a new light; tallying long-term consequences of COVID; the growing threat of violence against healthcare...

  5. April 21, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: deep learning decodes animal movements; alarming COVID statistics from India; new CRISPR wrinkle for sickle-cell therapies; AI unleashed on whale language; taking stock of convalescent plasma; home COVID tests approved; “...

  6. April 16, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: reinforcement learning for self-taught robots; parsing the risk posed by clotting disorders; assessing AI translations; academic tenure at a crossroads; China opens a new eye onto the universe; public health researchers...

  7. April 14, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: mental health telemedicine for kids; Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine paused amid clotting concerns; Biden administration proposes new cancer research program; why medicine needs the humanities; reproducibility worries...

  8. April 9, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: “pathfinder” AI for fine-tuning clinical trial eligibility; FermiLab experiment may rock Standard Model; building an equitable COVID vaccination program; neuropsychiatric symptoms common months after COVID diagnosis; Pew...

  9. April 7, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: the need for standards for emotion-detecting AI; worst airport gate in US to be replaced; mapmaker works to protect Indigenous communities from COVID; mRNA tech being eyed for HIV vaccines; salmonella outbreak linked to...

  10. April 2, 2021

    In today’s Roundup: legal issues for COVID AI applications; Google Scholar checks publications for open access; preliminary data from Pfizer trial points to high COVID vaccine efficacy in kids; some racial minorities underrepresented in...

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