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Scientists Publish the First Human Psychological Aging Clock Using Artificial Intelligence

Scientists at Deep Longevity published the first set of psychomarkers of aging developed using deep learning to track the changes in human psychology and assess the effectiveness of interventions, life events, and external events. The new PsychoAge and SubjAge aging clocks were linked to mortality risk.

How AI is Being Applied to Retail: Deep Learning Brings Superpowers to eCommerce with Companies like Wish and RTB House Leading the Charge

In this contributed article, Garth Holsinger, founder of Enterprise Alpha, and Partner at Prota Ventures, discusses how Deep Learning technologies are bringing superpowers to e-commerce and digital advertising platforms, and how Wish, RTB House, and Macy’s are leading the charge.

Using Analytics to Minimize Serious Injuries and Fatalities

In this special guest feature, Dag Yemenu, Executive Vice President of Products at ISN, discusses the rise of data analytics in contractor management and safety, and how this technology can help employers better understand the events related to SIFs, where they’re happening, the type of contractor that is typically affected and how to use this information to better train workers and reduce SIFs.

Can Big Data and Machine Learning Help Us Crack the Dream Code?

In this contributed article, IT and digital marketing specialist Natasha Lane, highlights how science has been investigating the phenomenon of dreams for a while and, more recently, we have even witnessed big data and machine learning being applied.

Beyond Survival – Data and Analytics Help Businesses Reimagine the Future

In this special guest feature, Natalia Modjeska, Research Director, Applications – Data & Analytics at Info-Tech Research Group, provides best practices and use case examples of how businesses are leveraging data and analytics to address pandemic challenges and move beyond “survival mode.”

Study: Big Data Saves Lives, And Patient Safeguards Are Needed

The use of big data to address the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts poses ethical concerns that could undermine its benefits without clear governance guidelines that protect and respect patients and society, a University of Massachusetts Amherst study concludes. In research published in the open-access journal BMC Medical Ethics, Elizabeth Evans, associate professor in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, sought to identify concerns and develop recommendations for the ethical handling of opioid use disorder (OUD) information stored in the Public Health Data Warehouse (PHD).

How Artificial Intelligence Will Revolutionize the Way Video Games are Developed

In this contributed article, co-founder of Hackr.io, discusses how artificial intelligence will revolutionize the way video games are developed. AI has brought a change in the gaming industry ever since its inception. Over the years, we have seen drastic changes in the way games are developed. In today’s technologically advanced world, games have become more challenging and exciting by providing human like experiences.

87 Percent of US Retailers Race to Achieve Faster Data-Driven Insights to Support Online Sales

Exasol, the high-performance analytics database, published new research that reveals since the pandemic started, 87% of retail organizations in the U.S. have been under pressure to make data-driven decisions faster. The finding comes from an in-depth research report, “Retail: Decision making during times of uncertainty,” that quantifies how retail organizations in the U.S. are heightening data-driven decision-making cycles to meet real-time demand and prepare for surging online sales brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Why Defense Needs to Tap into Big Data

In this special guest feature, Jim Tootell, Chief Software Architect at PMAT, discusses the importance for the defense industry to tap into big data technology. Since Big Data, AI, and ML are already impacting the Defense industry’s future, the potential for delivering true “All Source” intelligence in a timely manner is within grasp. This transition means the future of Defense is finally starting to catch up to the rest of today’s data-driven world.

Alzheimer’s Disease Data Initiative launches new AD Workbench to foster greater global research innovation and accelerate breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias

Launching is the Alzheimer’s Disease Data Initiative (ADDI) and its Alzheimer’s disease (AD) Workbench, a cloud-based platform for scientists to accelerate discoveries and innovations for AD and related dementias. ADDI is a new global effort that aims to advance AD innovation by connecting researchers with the data needed to generate insights and inform the development of improved treatments and diagnostic tools.