Cindy Diogo, Head of Talent Acquisition

The Future of AI-Powered Healthcare

The "Future of AI-Powered Healthcare" meetup explored how AI is transforming women's health by improving diagnostics, treatment options, and addressing care disparities. Cindy, Garima Gale, Shazia Akbar, and Emma Tolstorf shared insights on advancements in personalized medicine, focusing on fertility, hormonal tracking, and pelvic health, with companies like Future Fertility, Juniper Genomics and Eli Health leading the way. Emphasizing the importance of creating data sets tailored to women's unique physiological needs, the session also highlighted strategies for ensuring equitable access to AI-powered healthcare. This includes leveraging existing hardware like smartphones and partnering with enterprises to provide personalized care solutions that are accessible and practical for all women.

Abdella Ali, Solutions Architect
Bertrand Karerangabo, Chief Strategy Officer
Fidelia Ho, Editorial Content Lead
Liam Gardner, Marketing Co-op Intern

In this webinar, we talk about useful frameworks for companies thinking about deploying AI in their context and building products with it.

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Liam Gardner, Marketing Co-op Intern
Abdella Ali, Solutions Architect

Leverage AI to advance workplace safety and employee health by integrating NLP, sentiment analysis, and computer vision, effectively improving both mental and physical health conditions for employees.

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Liam Gardner, Marketing Co-op Intern
Abdella Ali, Solutions Architect

Discover how AI revolutionizes retail with dynamic pricing and efficient inventory management, boosting market adaptability and operational efficiency.

Generative AI primer

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Harry Nicholls, Software Developer

Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) can be daunting subjects. You might've heard about neural networks, generative adversarial networks (GANs), and recurrent neural networks (RNNs) but have no clue what people are talking about.

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Jane Crout, UX Researcher & Designer
Steph Laba, Senior Experience Designer

The purpose of this article is to help you begin designing with artificial intelligence(AI). This isn’t just a battle cry that “you too can become an AI designer!” but rather a reflection on our experiences exploring the intersection of AI and design —creating what we at Rangle call Smart Experiences. Think of Smart Experiences as experiences that feel “smart” and that help you avoid tedious or repetitive work. A Smart Experience can be as simple as an auto-complete suggestion and as complex as a virtual agent capable of answering your every question.

Xiyang Chen, Software Engineer

This past December I attended a Machine Learning for Creativity and Design workshop at NeurIPS 2018 in Montreal. NeurIPS (formerly NIPS) is a Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems or what today is often referred to as "AI". It's one of the most popular conferences in the space attracting thousands of submissions and attendants each year.

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