Welcome to our This Week in AI roundup. Our goal with this roundup is to provide an overview of the week's most important news and industry developments.
This week we have stories about DeepMind open-sourcing their protein structure dataset, AI stocks to watch, and a crypto DEX experimenting with AI-powered trading.
DeepMind Open-Sources Protein Structure Dataset
DeepMind announced the release of the "most complete and accurate database of structures for proteins encoded by the human genome," according to the company. In the following weeks, the AlphaFold Protein Structure Database will be made available to the scientific community. As DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis wrote in a blog post:
We believe AI has the potential to revolutionise how science is done in the 21st century, and we eagerly await the discoveries that AlphaFold might help the scientific community to unlock next
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Top 15 Stocks to Watch in 2021
Artificial intelligence is one of the biggest secular trends that is rapidly penetrating many of the facets of our daily lives. In this guide, we review the top AI stocks to watch in 2021, including how they're using AI and relevant projects that are advancing the industry.
Scaling AI from Pilot to Production
At this crucial moment in AI's development, enterprises and the industry are grappling with the question: how can we expand our organization's ability to create and use AI? What are the requirements for moving AI (and, by extension, data science) past the “craft” stage to large-scale manufacturing that is fast, reliable, and cost-effective?
The answers are critical for achieving ROI, attaining the vision of "AI everywhere," and assisting the technology's maturation and spread over the next five years. This article presents 10 ways that companies can scale from pilot to production.
Crypto DEX Introduces AI-Powered Trading
Soldex, one of the newer decentralized exchanges (DEXes), will experiment with AI-powered trading to provide users with the best possible experience. The algorithm and its accompanying tools will evaluate market data, forecast risks, and buy and sell assets on behalf of consumers. It's an easy-to-use automated trading platform that gets data from experts to improve its learning capabilities.
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