Artificial Intelligence by Paul Rietze

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Artificial Intelligence by Paul Rietze

Agenda

  • Introduction
  • My AI Story
  • What is AI?
  • State of AI today and looking to the future
  • Q&A

My focus has been to improve medical care, especially detecting tumors and other diseases much earlier to improve patient outcomes Human radiologists are about 75% accurate at reading images, 1 in 4 patients is misdiagnosed. AI Models are over 95% accurate, increasing cancer and tumor detection rates by over 20%. AI has huge potential in many medical applications, not as a replacement for medical professionals, but as a tool to help them do their jobs better

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to computer systems capable of performing complex tasks that historically only a human could do, such as reasoning, making decisions, or solving problems

There are two main concepts in AI:

AI Training (learning): When you train AI, you’re teaching it to properly interpret data and learn from it in order to perform a task with accuracy. Just like with humans, this takes time and patience. Only by training AI to correctly perceive information and make accurate decisions based on the information provided, can you ensure your AI models will perform the way they were intended.

AI Inference (deployment): Inference is the process of running live data through a trained AI model to make a prediction or solve a task. Inference is a test of how well AI can apply the information learned during the training process

Future of AI

Improve safety, one example is autonomous vehicles: Over 1.3 Million people die Worldwide each year due to traffic accidents, 95% of all accidents are caused by human error, according to NHTSA. A report from the World Health Organization says traffic accidents cause more than four times as many deaths as war globally Since the start of the Revolution in 1775, over a million Americans have died in wars. Since Henry Ford introduced the mass-produced motorcar in 1913, more than 3.5 million Americans have met their deaths on the road. Improve Medical Care and patient outcomes Defect Detection, Education, perform Repetitive/Dangerous Tasks, Language Translation, Fraud prevention, Agriculture Applications, etc.

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