Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Artificial Intelligence

Stability, Analysis and Control Of Power System Using Artificial Intelligence

Uma Priyadarsini; Malathi Eswaran; Kalyan Kumar G

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1891-1896

This paper deals with installation stability Analysis and management by intelligence system. The cautious running of power channeling systems needs the attention of sustainable line communications. The validity and rapid grading of any disturbances thus prevents to handle replaced system which can be created later. Thus this paper considers the issues of selecting the stabilizing structures of installation and provides some rule solutions by analyzing the reference papers associated with stability analysis and management in installation. Here grid assessment throughout restoration time done by the Wide house activity System. If the stableness performed throughout the restoration time, then stability has to be controlled using computing.

Moving Towards Non-AI To AI

Nargis A Vakil; S.B. Goyal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5638-5646

A large number of researches have been conducted in the field of AI. This paper is all about the enhancements made in this popular field. Making a machine that is able to understand the background ideas of the words is very essential as it can increase the chances of better translation as well as can execute conversations as humans do. In particular, this paper states the difference between the AI and the Non-AI tasks. The work is generated for new candidates coming in the area of AI as well as some issues related to AI are also talked about.

The Advent of Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology: The Current Applications and Future Prospects

K Prashanth; M Manjappa; C Srikar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 14-20

The technology of artificial intelligence is emerging as a promising entity in cardiovascular medicine, with the potential to improve diagnosis and patient care. In this article we review the literature on artificial intelligence and its utility in cardiology. We provide a detailed description of concepts of artificial intelligence tools like machine learning, deep learning and cognitive computing. This review discusses the current evidence, applications, future prospects and limitations of artificial intelligence in cardiology.


Samyuktha P S; Geetha R V; Jayalakshmi somasundaram

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 697-708

Artificial Intelligence is a progressive, rapidly developing field. It has the potential to ease diagnosis, treatment and care of patients. It is vital that medical professionals are aware about Artificial Intelligence and its scope in health care. Artificial Intelligence has the capability to ease diagnosis and care. The future of medicine is Artificial Intelligence based. A survey was carried to assess the awareness levels about Artificial Intelligence and its scopes in Healthcare. A questionnaire was circulated among medical and healthcare professionals. The total participation for the study was 100. The results were collected and tabulated to be analysed using SPSS windows version 20. There was an overall positive response from the participants. 92% believed that Artificial Intelligence is the future of medicine. Recent advancements have made it imperative that the healthcare workers be aware of Artificial intelligence and its scopes. Artificial Intelligence is reaching the medical field. It is a reality that a certain level of hyperbole seems to have taken over the discussion of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare. On one hand, healthcare industrialists and researchers highlight the need for high quality health data, on the other hand, physicians are still waiting for evidence of the usefulness of these tools and wonder who will be held responsible in case of an injury due to the tool, and the other ethical factors associated with it. It can be concluded that the participants had a moderate level of knowledge about Artificial Intelligence and its scopes, which can be improved.