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The promise of AI and accelerated scientific discovery
Rapid drug discovery processes are critical to dealing with new viral outbreaks and epidemics, such as COVID-19. The traditional drug discovery pipeline is costly and time intensive. For a new drug to reach the market, it can take up to 10 years and ...
Applying commercial tech to the global health supply chain
At Chemonics, we believe that those who have the least deserve our best. For more than 40 years, we’ve strived to help people live healthier, more productive, and more independent lives. In 2015, we won the $9.5 billion USAID Global Health Supply ...
Improving eye surgeons’ workflow with IoT technology
The odds are good that someone you know has had eye surgery – particularly cataract surgery. In fact, more than two million cataract surgeries are performed in the U.S. each year. Not only is it one of the most frequently performed surgical ...
How one hospital gains productivity with high-tech AI
At the Centre Hospitalier Chrétien (CHC), we are committed to putting patients first. Quality of care and patient safety are our top priorities. And we care for many patients. In our hospital and clinics, we have more than 1,000 beds for acute care ...
How a brilliant teen uses high-tech AI to help others
I’m passionate about AI and deep learning. And I’m fascinated with combining AI and deep learning frameworks. AI isn’t just artificial intelligence anymore. It’s intelligence, augmented. Intelligence amplified. It’s taking what only humans ...
AI technology boosts service for health insurance customers
Did you know that three out of four New Zealanders don’t have private health insurance? Our mission here at nib is to help our fellow Kiwis gain insurance coverage by using digital technologies like AI to disrupt the New Zealand health insurance ...
Analytics and AI can improve healthcare benefits decisions
Most of us are aware that advanced analytics and AI can help doctors diagnose disease and treat patients better. An area of decision support that’s been neglected, however, is healthcare benefits. This is unfortunate because benefits decisions can ...
Unlocking the value of healthcare data with IBM technology
Garbage in, garbage out. It may be an old saying, but it’s as true today in healthcare data management as ever. Bad data generates erroneous conclusions We’ve always generated a lot of data in the healthcare industry. In hospital systems, every ...
Advancing medical imaging research with deep learning
With the rise of connected healthcare, medical data is proliferating at an exponential rate. Sources such as electronic health record (EHR) systems, clinical trials, genetic sequencing, research studies and radiologic imaging all generate useful data...
Smarter water, better wine at E. & J. Gallo Winery
by Nick Dokoozlian
Five steps to becoming a cognitive business
by Aaron Sultan
Cognitive + Retail: Macy’s shoppers get help from in-store...
by Don White