Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence: Where humans and machines collide

Whether Artificial Intelligence enriches our lives or threatens our very existence, its impact is undeniable. Arguably, during these uncertain times more than ever, humans and machines are working together - to track and prevent the spread of disease, to keep individuals connected, and even to bring together all the latest critical research on the topic.

We've collated all of the latest Artificial Intelligence research to bring you a selection of articles and chapters that are free to read until May 18. Are you interested in publishing your Artificial Intelligence research? Reach out to our publishing editors around the world.

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Read three blogs reflecting on developments in Artificial Intelligence. 

Al-Turjman © SpringerSpringer author Fadi Al-Turjman introduces his latest title, Artificial Intelligence in the Internet of Things.

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Ameet Joshi © SpringerSpringer author Ameet Joshi discusses the ways in which Artificial Intelligence can enrich our lives.

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Markus Kaindl © Markus KaindlFrom The Source blog: How can AI support the research community in times of crisis?

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