It was in the year 2015, one morning, while trying to plan my higher education, I came across an article in a magazine ‘Computerworld’ titled “Can Machine Learn”. I found the topic very interesting and
                                               “No matter how sophisticated or powerful our thinking machines become, there still will be two kinds of people: those who let the machines do their thinking, for them, and those who tell the machines
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Student Contributor: Shagufta Quazi, B.Sc. Biotechnology, 3rd year, Adamas University In the 1960s, where the health informatics originate, computer algorithms become very useful in processing and handling a large quantity of data. With the availability
Artificial intelligence (AI) has become the latest buzzword in almost every sector. Nearly every sector ranging from health, finance, entertainment, retail, banking and many more are gaining from the effectiveness and the smart solutions that
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Biotechnology adding great values as it explores more applications, broadening its field in a more transformative way. Famous stories regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence goes like this that after the