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The terms technology and Artificial Intelligence appear to be occurring alongside increasingly. AI continues to impact industries ranging from finance to healthcare to weather reports, opening potentially new opportunities we hadn’t imagined yet. Undoubtedly, AI will significantly influence services and products in the years ahead. If you are a corporate leader or owner, you must …

MIT engineers and researchers in South Korea have developed a sweat-proof “electronic skin” — a conformable, sensor-embedded sticky patch that monitors a person’s health without malfunctioning or peeling away, even when a wearer is perspiring. The patch is patterned with artificial sweat ducts, similar to pores in human skin, that the researchers etched through the …

Imagine if doctors, nurses, and health care researchers had the ability to interrogate both the healthy and diseased states of a patient’s biology and then use that data to uncover a network of causal relationships between historical, molecular, and other data types to approach treatment or develop the right type of drugs. BERG Health is …

New documentation standards in machine learning can enable responsible technology. These risk management strategies highlight how organizations can be compliant while protecting their valuable intellectual property. The growing use of machine learning (ML), within a global drive toward digital acceleration, raises the question, “Who’s minding the store?” We’ve seen many examples of both the power …

In the era of social distancing, using robots for some health care interactions is a promising way to reduce in-person contact between health care workers and sick patients. However, a key question that needs to be answered is how patients will react to a robot entering the exam room. Researchers from MIT and Brigham and …

Can the tiny microbes on your leg reveal your age, or that you smoke? Or that you are menopausal? Billions of microbes live on our skin, they help maintain skin condition, they are our first line of defense from external pathogens and can impact how we respond to treatment. These microbes, which are one tenth …

From improving clinical decision making to better managing the COVID-19 pandemic, the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) applied to health and medicine are undeniable. 2021 is expected to be a year where health systems make unprecedented investments in AI to improve quality, reduce costs, and create more personalized experiences for patients and health consumers alike. …

As technology improves, AI and ML applications are becoming increasingly pivotal for businesses to stay ahead of their competition. The time will soon come when a business that doesn’t leverage AI in its decision making processes will find itself out in the cold. While AI holds a lot of potential, the technology is still nascent …

Pain. We will all experience it at some point, and some of us suffer from it chronically. Still, measuring and treating pain is one of the most difficult and complex healthcare issues. Together with Boston Scientific, a leading medical device technology company, we have developed a new method to measure pain. Our team of neuroscientists, …

The AI market is witnessing a spur of growth owing to the adoption of big data and cloud-based applications, growing investment by tech leaders, and wide applicability and benefits of these AI-led solutions. The businesses of today are going through a tremendous digital transformation lead by artificial intelligence (AI) more than any other technology. AI …