Scrutinizing AI Technologies for a Better Future
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Scrutinizing AI Technologies for a Better Future

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Technologies like AI transform industries and improve human productivity and health. In-vehicle navigation, for example, artificial intelligence is used to identify faster routes between destinations, processing natural language commands in voice assistants, and supporting surgeries in robotic systems. However, with the use of AI, the everyday consumer only scratches the surface of the transformative potential of artificial intelligence which can provide an approximate economic boost.

AI corresponds to a wide range of computer technologies that enable machines to interpret a physical or data environment and to use reasoning or problem-solving to produce a result. Artificial intelligence focuses on tasks that have specific limitations, objectives, and task definitions. Other AI types fewer constraints, less structure, and higher task definitions can be included to facilitate more creative solutions. AI systems can be transparent so that people easily understand rational results. Alternatively, AI systems can be opaque, often resulting from the design of a system in which a very large number of variables may have interrelationships are present. These systems create significant design challenges how a program should be created.

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A U.S. released report The Subcommittee on Information Technology of the House of Representatives stated that the U.S. should prioritize supporting this technology, recognizing the substantial military and economic advantages that AI will have a position of leadership. The report concentrated on the importance of maintaining the competitive strength of the United States to support innovation through R&D funds, regulations, and respect for intellectual property. The application for a patent is a prominent technique for the protection of intellectual property rights. Once a new application has been received, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) assigns the application to a particular technological class so that an examiner has an appropriate understanding of a technology to conduct an examination. With regard to AI, notably patent applications have recently decreased more than double the probability that a USPTO action was an allowance as compared to a refusal. This failure coincided largely with the decision of the Federal Circuit: Electric Power Group, LLC v. Alstom S.A., 830 F.3d 1350. AI often goes beyond the simple application of predefined algorithms. These technologies are quickly becoming visible or invisible pillars of our daily lives.

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