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Digital Health World Congress 2017 - Healthcare Conference - London Europe UK IT Tech

2017-11-28 12,601 MedTech

Digital Health World Congress 2017 is the leading technology digital healthcare conference in London Europe UK as forum for medtech mobile IoT IT industry events
Your Future Doctor May Not be Human. This Is the Rise of AI in Medicine.

2018-01-31 1,359 AI healthcare MEDTECH artificialIntelligence

AI is integrating into medicine, from the exam room to the operating room. But instead of taking over, AI will give doctors more time to work with patients.
Artificial intelligence 'to diagnose heart disease'

2018-01-03 1,257 ArtificialIntelligence IoT MedTech

Artificial intelligence that can diagnose scans for heart disease and lung cancer could be used by the NHS this year.
IBM's New AI Can Predict Psychosis in Your Speech

2018-02-05 997 mentalhealth ArtificialIntelligence MachineLearning medtech

IBM researchers have developed a psychosis-predicting AI that can analyze a person's speech for patterns indicative of future mental health issues.
A.I. Shows Promise as a Physician Assistant - The New York Times

2019-02-11 902 DigitalHealth medtech NeuralNetworks Deeplearning IoT

A neural network analyzed the medical records of 600,000 hospital patients in China, and diagnosed their conditions as accurately as doctors did in some cases.
Artificial Intelligence Detects Heart Failure From One Heartbeat With 100% Accuracy

2019-09-12 661 AI DataScience BigData IoT Heartbeat healthcare DigitalHealth HeartFailure HealthTech MedTech DigitalTransformation data

Led by researchers at the Universities of Surrey, Warwick and Florence, new research shows that AI can quickly and accurately identify CHF by analyzing just one electrocardiogram (ECG) heartbeat.
A.I. Took a Test to Detect Lung Cancer. It Got an A. - The New York Times

2019-05-20 637 artificialintelligence Healthcare medtech digitalhealth

Artificial intelligence may help doctors make more accurate readings of CT scans used to screen for lung cancer.
A new study shows what it might take to make AI useful in health care - MIT Technology Review

2019-03-23 517 AI healthcare MedTech ComputerVision

Researchers used machine vision to help nurses monitor ICU patients. The way they approached their work shows the value of asking what people actually need artificial intelligence for.
How Google Plans To Use AI To Reinvent The $3 Trillion US Healthcare Industry

2018-04-19 501 Healthcare digitalhealth medtech HealthTech

Google is betting that the future of healthcare is going to be structured data and AI. The company is applying AI to disease detection, new data infrastructure, and potentially insurance. In this report we explore Google's many healthcare initiatives and areas of potential future expansion.
Making New Drugs With a Dose of Artificial Intelligence - The New York Times

2019-02-05 478 deeplearning artificialintelligence Drugs MachineLearning DeepMind IoT medtech

Researchers at DeepMind, owned by Google’s parent company, and other companies are applying their powerful A.I. systems to drug discovery research.
'It's going to create a revolution': how AI is transforming the NHS

2018-07-04 414 AI healthcare MedTech HealthTech

Technology is making impressive inroads into cancer treatment – saving lives and money
Google Is Giving Away AI That Can Build Your Genome Sequence

2017-12-08 350 ArtificialIntelligence Google deeplearning MedTech deepvariant genome genetics

The deep learning tool can assemble a full genome from raw DNA more accurately than every existing method.
10 most discussed tech topics during COVID-19 so far

2020-07-24 322 Covid19 MedTech

An analysis of more than 150 million media articles written in the past 6-12 months shows the top tech topics discussed since the virus has emerged, showing what we're focused on most, and what's fallen off our radars.
AI software that helps doctors diagnose like specialists is approved by FDA - The Verge

2018-04-11 319 ArtificialIntelligence medtech digitalhealth healthcare

For the first time, the US Food and Drug Administration has approved an artificial intelligence diagnostic device that doesn’t need a specialized doctor to interpret the results. The software program, called IDx-DR, can detect a form of eye disease by looking at photos of the retina.