Bringing AI to Business Intelligence
Valerie Sweeley, Manager and Information Specialist at Applied Materials, Inc., spoke at the 2020 Special Libraries Association conference about an initiative she led to bring AlphaSense, an artificial intelligence discovery tool, into the library.
The impact of Sustainability in the Engineering Sector
We spoke to Springer Nature’s VP, Books, Dr. Dieter Merkle, about sustainability trends within the engineering sector and current growth areas.
The impact of Artificial Intelligence on librarian services
Artificial Intelligence has long entered our workplace and home. Collaborative robots are used to interact with humans on the factory floor, deliver parts or perform repetitive or even dangerous tasks. In our homes AI devices are found in form of robot vacuum cleaners, devices that monitor moisture levels in the garden or automatically re-order of laundry detergent.
AI and the Promise of Human-Machine Partnerships in Research and Development
R&D teams across healthcare and finance are leading human-machine partnerships. Find out more in this blog post by journalist and writer Jennifer Riggins.
Virtual Issue: Neural Networks and Deep Learning
Deep learning, a method of machine learning that combines neural networks in multiple layers for better learning capabilities and expression, is now frequently used as an algorithm for building artificial intelligence.
Virtual issue: AI and drug discovery
A virtual issue on AI and drug discovery, consisting of journal articles and eBook chapters, hand-picked by our editorial team.
AI, Ethics, & Your Business
Springer’s new journal, AI and Ethics seeks to promote informed debate and discussion of the ethical, regulatory, and policy implications that arise from the development of AI.
AI Ethics and its Impact on Knowledge Management
In his article Dr. Anthony J Rhem discusses the ethicality of AI applications and its impact on humans. Will AI-enabled systems replace workers across certain industries?