Artificial intelligence is helping healthcare providers save money and improve efficiency in billing and insurance. From speech recognition for clinical documentation to machine learning for data extraction, here's how the tech is improving medical financing.
From using computer vision to diagnose equipment malfunctions to providing real-time support for sales agents, we look at how artificial intelligence is helping manufacturers make sales and support more efficient and effective.
In March 2020, CB Insights announced our fourth annual AI 100 — a list of the 100 most promising AI startups across the globe. We take a look at where these companies are now.
From forecasting future demand for products to identifying supply chain bottlenecks before they happen, we look at how AI could help manufacturers optimize outbound logistics.
While many chatbots didn't live up to the hype, industries like fintech, healthcare, and retail are quietly adopting the technology to free up busy professionals’ time and offer guided, personalized experiences to consumers.
From improving predictive maintenance to enhancing cybersecurity to enabling remote machine calibration, we break down how artificial intelligence could make manufacturing safer and more efficient.
Pharma incumbents like Merck and Roche are investing in healthcare AI startups to enable precision diagnostics, scour medical literature for clinical support, predict optimal drug structures, and more.
Beyond trendy names like Tesla and Alphabet chasing self-driving cars, a host of auto brands and other tech heavyweights are also investing in autonomous R&D.