Healthcare Artificial Intelligence

Beating cancer sooner with data and artificial intelligence

Excitement and fear around AI and cognitive computing has reached fever pitch, but are cancer treatment and diagnosis where the technology will have its biggest and most positive impact yet? “We don’t know what cancer really looks like,” says Helmy Eltoukhy, an electrical engineer from California and the founder of Guardant Health, the first company

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Video Selfies Can Be Used to Measure Blood Pressure

Video Selfies Can Be Used to Measure Blood Pressure

Source : Gedgets 360 In good news for people who have blood pressure (BP) problems, monitoring BP might one day become as easy as taking a video selfie. Researchers have tested a technology called transdermal optical imaging that measures blood pressure by detecting blood flow changes in smartphone-captured facial videos. “This study shows that facial

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IoT to Tackle Mental Health Issues

Using IoT to Tackle Mental Health Issues

Source : Tech Trends School children are using Internet of Things technology to tackle mental health challenges. The Longitude Explorer Prize, run by innovation foundation Nesta and supported IBM, aims to inspire students to tackle a modern challenge through innovative use of technology, and this year 60 per cent of the finalists have chosen to focus on combating mental health

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AI in Healthcare

AI in Healthcare: Independent Living for Consumers

Source : Tech News World Artificial intelligence applied to healthcare includes a collection of technologies that enable machines to sense, interpret, act and learn. AI implementations for digital health can be relatively simple when they are focused largely on personal patient engagement, or vastly complex when working with big data sets, highly specialized diagnostics, and

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