Here at Zegami, we always try to stay up to speed with the latest news, science and technology developments. Whether it’s innovations in machine learning, interesting applications of AI, or breakthroughs in healthcare digitalisation, our team’s on the lookout.
Luckily, there’s no shortage of stories out there, and this week has been no exception. Every few weeks, we’ll be sharing a round-up of five awesome articles that are on our team’s radar. So, let’s take a look at this week’s list!
1) AI unlocks ancient Dead Sea Scrolls mystery
Andy, Zegami’s technical lead, stumbled upon this historical breakthrough, enabled by advances in artificial intelligence (AI). For the first time, AI modelling has shown that two individuals wrote part of the mysterious ancient Dead Sea Scrolls. The scrolls contain the oldest known version of the Bible and were written in nearly identical handwriting.
2) AI Innovation in Healthcare post COVID-19: What the future holds
Laura, our marketing manager, is looking at what’s in store for the healthcare industry’s digitalisation journey following the global pandemic. Healthcare services are adopting innovative new technologies such as AI imaging diagnostics. This is one way that they’re adapting to changing needs and improving patient care.
3) Radiologists in the loop: the roles of radiologists in the development of AI applications
A more in-depth paper focused on the adoption of AI in radiology shared by Paul, our commercial director. It’s particularly helpful in understanding the roles of clinicians and radiologists in building AI models.
4) AI tool can identify risk of heart attack ‘years before it strikes’
Our content writer, Pete, found this medical AI breakthrough. As part of a wider move to embrace digital technologies in healthcare, the NHS is set to roll-out an AI tool which can identify risk of a heart attack long before it ‘strikes’.
5) We don’t need Data Engineers, we need better tools for Data Scientists
Training and deploying models is an inherently messy job for data scientists, and there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. Roger, Zegami’s CEO, says this article highlights the need for better tools to assist in this process, empowering data scientists to deliver better solutions, faster.