artifical intelligence Pittsburgh-Based Start Up Creates A Smart Way To Recycle By Maria Scapellato • Jun 23, 2020 Courtesy of RoadRunner Listen Listening... / 1:15 Listen A Pittsburgh-based startup is using technology to revolutionize the recycling industry. RoadRunner Recycling uses software designed to help businesses recycle more and save money. Can’t Afford A Personal Trainer? Artificial Intelligence Could Help By Kathleen J. Davis • Mar 2, 2020 Kathleen J. Davis / 90.5 WESA Listen Listening... / 1:30 Listen to this story. Personal training is a popular but expensive option in the $100 billion fitness industry; it can cost an average of $40-70/hour. Local startup Delta Trainer is using artificial intelligence to make personal training more accessible. A.I. Could Help Predict Who Is At Risk For Opioid Overdoses By Julia Zenkevich • Jul 10, 2019 Jessica Hill / AP Listen Listening... / 1:28 Listen to this story. A new study is looking to artificial intelligence to address the opioid crisis by identify people who may be at risk for opioid overdose. Pittsburgh-Based Researchers Developing Emergency Medicine AI By Sarah Boden • May 28, 2019 Carnegie Mellon University Listen Listening... / 1:29 The Pittsburgh Tech Report for May 28, 2019. University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University researchers are developing emergency medicine technology for the U.S. military that uses artificial intelligence.