MIT Technology Review – Saying the US is ahead of other nations in AI, the administration touts actions it has already taken to promote the technology.
The New York Times – The clinics remove fat from patients’ bellies and inject an extract of it into various parts of the body, on the theory that the extract contains stem cells that can provide replacement cells.
The Washington Post – The White House on Thursday plans to convene executives as it seeks to supercharge the deployment of powerful robots, algorithms and the broader field of artificial intelligence.
TechCrunch – The cause of the fatal crash of an Uber self-driving car appears to have been at the software level, specifically a function that determines which objects to ignore and which to attend to.
WIRED – After more than three years of planning and piloting, the federal research organization is finally rolling out the massive precision health initiative President Obama first announced in 2015.
Food Dive – Published in Friday's Federal Register, it proposes using the term "bioengineered," providing on-pack directions for label scanning, and exempting some meats and soups from disclosure.
Science – Big laboratories are back in the crosshairs at the National Institutes of Health. NIH’s neurological institute plans to pare back the number of investigators it supports who have $1 million or more in NIH grants.
Nature – A high-profile arrest in California shows how the long arm of the law can now extend into DNA databases to check for relatives.
National Institutes of Health – On May 6, the NIH will open national enrollment for the All of Us Research Program, a momentous effort to advance individualized prevention, treatment and care for people of all backgrounds.
WRAL – There's been a lot of talk lately about self-driving cars, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation wants to make sure it's ready for an autonomous driving revolution.