Our society is investing an enormous effort to fight breast cancer. Yet, every year about 2 million new cases are reported. While according to the National Breast Cancer Fondation 1 in 8 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime, every year over 500,000 women are killed by this desease worldwide (Global Health Estimates, WHO 2013).Read More
The Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is an attempt at modeling the information processing capabilities of the biological nervous system. The human body is made up of trillions of cells, and the nervous system cells – called neurons – are specialized to carry “messages” through an electrochemical process.Read More
It took me a couple of days to metabolize the article about my life that was published by Il Corriere della Sera (you can read it here: Italian version, English version, Chinese version). When on Friday, the 15thof February 2019, I opened the online version of the newspaper and I saw the title, I felt stunned. This is the newspaper I have read every…Read More
Attached below, you can find an article that was published on Saturday, the 9th of February 2019, on the Unione Sarda, a regional newspaper in Italy. It speaks about my weird career, since when I studied to become a cook, till when I have chosen literature and finally my move to AI…Read More
The most recent issue of the MIT Sloan Management Review  features four articles that, while discussing very different topics, end up mentioning the same issue: the bias problem. As multiple studies have shown, humans are biased and so it is Artificial Intelligence…Read More
In the last decade, Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs or ConvNets) have solved complex problems in vision, often outperforming humans (among them, image classification, object detection, object segmentation, etc.).
While these…Read More
We have all heard that Artificial Intelligence will transform our lives.
We have all heard that AI will turn this world into a better place.
But has this change started yet?
Sure, spam is filtered out pretty well from our emails.
True, social networks suggests us fr…