When you’re approaching your period, you’ll most likely be on the lookout for some giveaway signs that it’s coming. For some people, their period arrives like clockwork, and they can predict it with confidence. For others, however, it can sometimes come as a surprise. Because everyone’s body is different, some people find it hard to pinpoint the moment when their period is going to begin.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the programming of machines to simulate the complex thinking that, until recently, only humans had been capable of. Of course, the advantages of AI are clear: speeding up processes, recognising more intricate patterns, and dealing with large amounts of data and information. While humans can do this work manually, AI is quickly eating into the monopoly, becoming useful across many sectors, including the healthcare industry.
As you start to get older, it is completely normal that your body will undergo changes that affect your hair, your skin, your muscles and bones, and, most importantly, your teeth. Not only can these changes to your teeth make you look your age and make you lose confidence in your appearance, but you might also start to find that you develop dental health issues over time. To make sure that your dental health is good throughout your retirement, read on for more information.
For new parents, lockdown has been a surreal time. On one hand, many parents have been able to work from home or have been furloughed, allowing them more time than ever to focus on their precious new arrival. On the other hand, however, the pandemic has brought with it many uncertainties and unexpected worries for new parents.
Machine learning is an exciting field that is contributing to a new era of advanced automation by constantly learning from new data and enabling systems to evolve and improve over time. However, in a year that has been anything but ‘normal', Data Scientists are faced with a significant issue - how they can counteract the impact of abnormal data caused by the pandemic?