AI is accelerating core Maine industries—including forestry, fishing, health care, life sciences and financial technology sectors—according to experts at the “State of AI in Maine” event hosted by the Roux Institute on Jan. 27.
More than 400 people attended the event plus an additional 200 online, including business leaders, educators, data scientists and policy makers. The Roux Institute and Northeastern’s Institute for Experiential AI presented the event and published the report.
Download the full report for detailed insight on AI’s impact on the future of Maine’s economy.
The year-long program is funded by Northern Light Health and MaineHealth, two of Maine’s leading healthcare providers, as well as the Maine Venture Fund. Hailing from three countries and five states, the nine participating companies are focused on creating innovative healthcare solutions, from artificial intelligence virtual healthcare assistants to a medical device that can detect cancer cells in under 20 seconds.
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