The Waterloo University AI That Aims to Break Free From Wi-Fi Dependence

A new form of artificial intelligence (AI) that doesn’t need internet access could become a powerful healthcare tool, according to one of its creators.

Researchers and technicians from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada recently presented the potentially groundbreaking new deep learning AI technology at the International Conference for Computer Vision in Venice, Italy. The team made the AI less reliant on iCloud and Wi-Fi systems, using deep intelligence that mimics nature by incorporating “sexual evolutionary synthesis” to improve deep neural networks, according to the study.

This new technology has the potential to improve communication in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, where such AI could give physicians and healthcare staff the edge in crisis situations, a study author told Healthcare Analytics News™.

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Victoria Krisman
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