Monday, July 13, 2020

Why AI has not – yet – revolutionized healthcare

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are predicted to be part of the next industrial revolution and could help business and industry - including healthcare - save billions of dollars by the next decade. The tech...

VA to use AI to Personalize Care Plans for Vets

The Department of Veterans Affairs will work with Flow Health to build a medical knowledge graph to inform decision-making and train artificial intelligence to personalize care plans. The objective of the 5-year partnership, Flow Health...

AI World Executive Summit recap: AI in Clinical Diagnostics

Lux Research recently helped co-chair the Artificial Intelligence (AI) World Executive Summit in San Francisco, CA - www.aiworldexpo.com One of the many wonderful presentations given at the conference was by David Ledbetter, a data scientist at...

Dean Kamen Sees a Major Revolution in Health Care Coming

THERE ARE TWO kinds of people in Washington, DC, says entrepreneur Dean Kamen. There are the policy experts, whom he calls cynics. And there are the scientists, whom he deems optimists. Kamen, speaking at the White House...

Say hello to your next robot nurse

The next time you visit a hospital, do not be surprised if you find robots as your new nursing assistants. Robots can imitate human motions as well as effectively coordinate their actions with humans even...

A.I. making a difference in cancer care

editors note: in case you missed it, this past Sunday, 60 minutes featured a section on Artificial Intelligence. Here's an article by CBS news covering the coverage It helps us drive our cars, use our...

Microsoft wants to crack the cancer code using AI

Cancer is like a computer virus and can be ‘solved’ by cracking the code, according to Microsoft. The computer software company says its researchers are using artificial intelligence in a new healthcare initiative to...

Color Genomics raises $45M to focus on detecting cancer

Othman Laraki and Elad Gil were sitting on Twitter’s roof deck after their previous company Mixer Labs had been acquired. Gil had brought a small hard drive with him — which happened to contain...

Zuckerberg and Chan Promise $3B to Cure Every Disease

OVER THE NEXT decade, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan say they will invest $3 billion in a sweeping effort to cure all diseases in the lifetime of today’s children. “We...

DeepMind to Working on Process to Automate Cancer Treatment

Working out how to zap a tumor with radiation is a laborious process for physicians. Google’s machine-learning division, DeepMind, thinks AI can help ease the burden. When medics apply radiotherapy to a cancer patient, they...




Business Applications