http://uetd-hessen.de/?deuir=single-wohnung-westerburg&2e1=0f Unless you have been living under a rock for the last year or so, I am sure you have heard about the magical powers of Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning. It’s the elixir that will solve everything from sorting our photos to curing cancer. And there is a good chance that AI actually will solve some of these.
follow site But there have been some really important developments using algorithms for a while now and I found one out today morning. Ever since my commute to office increased by 5 min to 1 hour – I have gotten hooked on to podcasts. Today morning, I was listening to one of favorite ones – Freakonmics Radio by Steven Dubner, the author of Freakonomics. And I have to say that I was quite ashamed to find out about this algorithm so late (it was a re-broadcast) of something that has already happened in 2003-04. It was about a mathematical model which matches kidney transplant patients with kidney donors.
http://huntersneeds.net/rigaro/5937 Contrary to common belief, your immediate family may not be a matching donor for you – there are a bunch of factors other than blood type that have to be considered. So this algorithm takes matches people who may want to donate a kidney for someone but may not be a match with some other people in same boat. So if we have say, 2 sets of donors and patients – X (donor) and Y (patient) and A (donor) and B (patient) and X is not a match for Y and A is not a match for B. The algorithm figures out that X is a match to B and A is a match for Y. Of course with 2 or 4 or or even 20 sets, we can do this on paper – but the algorithm does this for hundreds of thousands of people across the US – taking into consideration blood types, antigens/antibodies, and other factors that determine a match. By doing this the algorithm increases the odds of getting a kidney for patients living from dialysis to dialysis.
http://pialadunia.es/?espikoleto=un-hombre-soltero-puede-adoptar-en-mexico&b8c=40 You can read an 2012 article here from Reuters when Alvin Roth won the Nobel or read / listen to the podcast here.