A coronavirus cure could come from artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have been around since the 1950s, but it's only been in the last decade that extremely large data-sets and better processing power of computers have allowed it to tackle deadly diseases like the new coronavirus.

CGTN spoke with Steve Bennett, the director of global government practice at SAS, an international developer of analytics software.

See how AI is helping find clusters before they get bigger, analyzing medical data, and working to find cures.