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与大流行病一较高下,人工智能的胜算在哪儿?

May 2020: Harvard Business Review China: Theodoros Evgeniou.  过去几个月里,COVID-19肺炎疫情已在世界范围内多次爆发,其爆发途径大致相同:早期感染人数少,各方反应有限;而后随着流行趋势曲线的迅速攀升,各国开始实施全国范围的封锁行动,使得曲线重新趋于平坦。一旦疫情曲线到达顶峰,各国政府必须开始考虑美国总统特朗普所说的“一生中最大的决定”:何时以及如何解除限制措施。...

Extreme personalisation: could AI get us out of lockdown?

May 2020: Maija Palmer, Sifted, UK: Theodoros Evgeniou, Big Tech-style prediction engines should be used to give people highly personalised health risk information as Covid-19 lockdowns are eased. Governments should be using artificial intelligence to create...

Is GrabFood Singapore chasing a pipe dream?

May 2020: Claudia Chong, The Business Times, Singapore, Guoli Chen: High operating costs, strong competition are among challenges it faces in finding its sweet spot GRABFOOD Singapore is not ready to talk about what an optimised food delivery business model would look...

Coronavirus: Leveraging on technologies to fight the pandemic

May 2020: Theodoros Evgeniou, David R. Hardoon, Anton Ovchinnikov, Yahoo Finance Singapore: Data driven firms, from “big tech” to financial services and even healthcare, make personalised recommendations using predictions from models that uses machine learning and...

Collaboration and communication in the COVID-19 era

May 2020: Boating Industry Insider, US, Mark Mortensen (Podcast). In this edition of Boating Industry Insider, content director and editor-in-chief David Gee looks at the challenges – and upsides – of working remotely. He is joined by Stanford-trained computer...

Are Robots Overrated?

April 2020: Sameer Hasija and Aarti Gumaledar, Harvard Business Review, US. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, robots have been having a moment. Media outlets across the world have reported on robots successfully delivering on critical tasks in healthcare...

When Panic Buying Reveals Who You Vote For

April 2020: David Dubois, Forbes: Quand La Ruée Vers Le Papier Toilette Révèle Pour Qui L’On Vote Forbes France Lors de périodes troublées, il n’est pas rare que la population adopte des comportements de consommation surprenants – et la crise du Covid-19 ne fait pas...