10 May 2023
Why AI Should Be at the Top of the National Agenda
Artificial Intelligence has come a long way since the success of DeepMind over Go world champion Lee Sedol in 2016; the world is beginning to change according to the new possibilities afforded by AI. From the robust predictive abilities of OpenAI's ChatGPT - where the AI chatbot can be used for all sorts of purposes, from creating scripts (including malware) to writing academic essays - to AI image generators that are so good that they can win Sony world photography awards, the complexity and capabilities of AI algorithms are growing at a startlingly fast pace.
25 May 2022
Seamlessly Integrating Deep Learning into Biomolecule Design
AlphaFold is an artificial intelligence program developed by DeepMind that can predict the 3D structure of a protein from an amino acid sequence with unprecedented accuracy. Not only is it a scientific breakthrough with huge potential, but it is also emblematic of the new era of modern biotech — data-driven, open-sourced, collaborative and ultimately, faster than ever.
22 Oct 2020
Impending Technological Innovations of AI in Medical Diagnostics
This article discusses key technological issues that AI image diagnostics companies face and provides a roadmap describing when and how they are likely to be overcome over the next decade, based on research conducted by IDTechEx in the report "AI in Medical Diagnostics 2020-2030: Image Recognition, Players, Clinical Applications, Forecasts".
8 Sep 2020
DeepMind is a London-based subsidiary of Alphabet, Google's parent company. It was founded in 2010 by a group of scientists, ML engineers and more.
6 Aug 2020
Since 2018, Google has been collaborating with DeepMind, Cancer Research UK, Imperial College, Northwestern University and Royal Surrey County Hospital to explore whether AI could improve the detection of breast cancer.
3 Apr 2020
AI: State-Of-The-Art and Commercialisation Status in Diagnostics
Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing medical diagnostics. This is a ground-breaking development with far-reaching consequences. Naturally, many innovators are scrambling to capitalize on these advancements.
20 Aug 2018
Major milestone for the treatment of eye disease
AI system can quickly interpret eye scans from routine clinical practice with unprecedented accuracy and correctly recommend how patients should be referred for treatment for over 50 sight-threatening eye diseases as accurately as world-leading expert doctors.
20 Sep 2017
Helping robots learn complex tasks
Using a robotics task to demonstrate the achievement, the platform successfully trained a simulated robotic arm to grasp and stack blocks on top of one another by breaking down the task into simpler sub-concepts.
12 Jul 2017
Producing flexible behaviours in simulated environments
The agility and flexibility of a monkey swinging through the trees or a football player dodging opponents and scoring a goal can be breathtaking. Mastering this kind of sophisticated motor control is a hallmark of physical intelligence, and is a crucial part of AI research.
7 Jul 2017
Universal concept to regulate robot behaviour
Empowerment could potentially replace Asimov's famous Three Laws of Robotics, to ensure robots behave in a socially acceptable way.
27 Mar 2017
New computer software programme excels at lip reading
A new computer software programme has the potential to lip-read more accurately than people and to help those with hearing loss.
31 Jan 2017
Apple joins Partnership on AI
Apple has joined the Partnership on AI as a founding member. The company has been involved and collaborating with the Partnership since before it was first announced and is thrilled to formalize its membership alongside Amazon, Facebook, Google/DeepMind, IBM, and Microsoft.
10 Oct 2016
How robots can acquire new skills from their shared experience
The ability to learn from experience will likely be a key in enabling robots to help with complex real-world tasks, from assisting the elderly with chores and daily activities, to helping us in offices and hospitals, to performing jobs that are too dangerous or unpleasant for people.