Tachyons is a Non-Profitable Team that is trying to provide AI solutions for Healthcare, Agriculture, Education and Cyber Security related.
We think that AI can meaningfully improve people's lives and that the biggest impact will come when everyone can access it.
- AI Helps Diagnose Human Diseases.
- AI Helps Optimize Crop Yields.
- AI Spots Fraud.
- AI-Assisted Education.
A Team that utilises the capacities of different individuals into meaningful and measurable AI based projects often complemented by robust technology.
AI has countless applications in healthcare. Whether it’s being used to discover links between genetic codes, to power surgical robots or even to maximize hospital efficiency, AI has been a boon to the healthcare industry.
AI can help farmers get more from the land while using resources more sustainably.
AI can collect comprehensive data from different logs and records and “connect the dots” to identify new threats that are being spread by hackers.
AI can provide students with a personal tutor to assist them when they need help mastering a learning experience. AI can be used to develop meaningful learning experiences such as gamified learning, project-based learning, etc.
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Chest X-rays are common radiology diagnostic tests, but reading chest X-rays is also one of the most complex radiology tasks with high inter-reader variability. AI can help make this process more efficient and reduce errors.
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
I have always been convinced that the only way to get artificial intelligence to work is to do the computation in a way similar to the human brain. That is the goal I have been pursuing. We are making progress, though we still have lots to learn about how the brain actually works.
Co-founder and led of Google Brain
I think that, hundreds of years from now, if people invent a technology that we haven't heard of yet, maybe a computer could turn evil. But the future is so uncertain. I don't know what's going to happen five years from now. The reason I say that I don't worry about AI turning evil is the same reason I don't worry about overpopulation on Mars.
I learned very early the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something.
A computer would deserve to be called intelligent if it could deceive a human into believing that it was human.