Teaching Diversity And Inclusion To The Billions Of Intelligent Systems Making Autonomous Decisions

Learning — and applying — how to be aware of the needs of diverse groups has more value than ever before. Understanding how to design and program for inclusive and diverse thinking without bias means intelligent systems need to have a progressive learning ability (e.g., machine learning and digital feedback loops), as well as mission-critical capacities that mean they can safely and securely function around humans who may look, sound, move, or think differently from those whom the machines have been designed or operated around.

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3D Printing in Healthcare

This ceramic ink can 3D-print bones directly into a patient’s body. Here’s how!

The treatment of bone cancers can lead to sections of bone being removed and accident victims may require extensive bone repairs. Up to now, 3D bone printing has involved producing material outside the patient’s body.

But now a new technique developed at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, offers the prospect of doctors being able to create new bone tissue exactly where it is needed during a surgical operation.

Read more here: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/04/3d-printer-bones-surgery-medicine/

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