April 19, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

Artificial

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MIDDLETOWN, Ky. (WDRB) — Kentucky’s first fitness studio utilizing artificial intelligence will open Wednesday off Shelbyville Road.

The Exercise Coach is a gym that uses smart technology to customize a client’s workout. Instead of using traditional weights, the machines use hydraulics and computers.

“A key ingredient is that our equipment does not have any weights,” Mayria Porter said. “What they use, instead, is hydraulics to apply the right intensity of resistance for each client.”

Mayria and Kendrick Porter are excited to open The Exercise Coach in their own neighborhood of Middletown. The company has franchises all over the globe, and

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Health systems around the world are carrying an increasingly heavy burden conferred by a virus that has impacted all aspects of service delivery. Heart and lung services in particular are stretched, and there is a growing backlog of patients waiting for elective surgery. As of October, the U.S. was “likely developing a nationwide backlog of millions of surgeries,” according to McKinsey. The corollary of this stark fact is higher morbidity and mortality rates.

This virus has held global healthcare delivery at a standstill for over 18 months, despite the promising vaccine roll-out. The U.S. “passed the

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Dietary supplements are born of research: research on health-promoting ingredients, on how ingredients should be combined, and on how a resulting supplement interacts with the body and ultimately benefits human health. Nutrition scientists are hard at work doing the research, but they face real-world limitations such as the time, resources, and cost that science requires. This is why nutritional research, like any research, happens gradually. But what if some of the research could be done quicker, more easily, and more cost-efficiently? Enter artificial intelligence.

AI technology is not new, but it is a newer prospect in the nutrition and supplements

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Reston, Virginia–Physicians who follow artificial intelligence (AI) advice may be considered less liable for medical malpractice than is commonly thought, according to a new study of potential jury candidates in the U.S. Published in the January issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine (JNM). The study provides the first data related to physicians’ potential liability for using AI in personalized medicine, which can often deviate from standard care.

“New AI tools can assist physicians in treatment recommendations and diagnostics, including the interpretation of medical images,” remarked Kevin Tobia, JD, PhD, assistant professor of law at the Georgetown University Law Center,

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In order for longevity medicine to be formally seen as a branch of medicine, it needs to be practiced by physicians. Clinical practice requires clinical protocols and diagnostic and treatment guidelines with defined outcome measures, biomarkers and medications approved by national regulatory authorities, such as the Food and Drug Administration. However, to develop at least preliminary clinical recommendations for interventions in longevity medicine, aging needs to be monitored and treated as a medical condition, with designated studies performed to demonstrate both efficacy and safety of specific interventions. At present, there is a growing number of AI-based tools that give access

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BASEL, Switzerland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Syngenta Crop Protection is collaborating with artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning company Insilico Medicine to accelerate the invention and development of new, more effective crop protection solutions that protect crops from diseases, weeds and pests, while also protecting ecosystems. By bringing new solutions to farmers faster and more efficiently through innovation, Syngenta will help them meet the ongoing challenges they face, in order to enhance productivity and meet global demand for affordable, quality food.

“This collaboration with Insilico Medicine means that Syngenta can harness the immense potential and scope of AI to develop the next

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