AI that spots inequality could monitor living conditions in cities

Some measures of inequality can be inferred from imagesTangMan Photography/Getty By Donna Lu Social and economic inequality has no easy fix, but now a system that automatically detects signs of inequality from street images could be used to help. Esra Suel and colleagues at Imperial College London trained artificial intelligence to detect inequalities in four… Read More »

Woman’s eye-watering glimpse at what a dilated cervix looks like throughout birth

Even if your life is blissfully untouched by childbirth, you’ll have a rough idea about what the process entails. Every once in a while, however, someone kindly gives us an unflinching, unfiltered, unedited glimpse at what actually goes down during labour. Take cervix dilation, for example.  You’ve probably not actually seen what a dilating cervix… Read More »