Artificial Intelligence

AI in healthcare
By Bill Siwicki 01:24 pm January 11, 2018
The companies will help healthcare clients improve quality and lower costs by using natural language processing and AI-based systems.
Sponsored by
By Intel 09:37 am January 11, 2018
We chat with Andy Bartley, health and life sciences solution architect, Intel Corporation.
google vs microsoft
By Tom Sullivan 09:44 am January 05, 2018
The tech giants both participated in a VC round and three days later, each had also invested in another emerging company with cutting-edge technology tailored for healthcare.
decode human immune system

A virus and antibodies under a microscope.

By Bernie Monegain 12:32 pm January 04, 2018
The aim is to create a universal blood test that detects autoimmune disorders, cancer, diseases and infections, the companies said.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning in healthcare
By Tom Sullivan 01:10 pm December 29, 2017
A look back at what happened and how it shaped the future of AI, cognitive computing and machine learning for 2018 and beyond.
Investing in cybersecurity tech and staff
By Bernie Monegain 03:04 pm December 26, 2017
Center for Connected Medicine survey finds 92 percent plan to increase spending to keep IT systems safe; report also tracked potential buyers' plans in 2018 for predictive analytics, artificial intelligence and more.
AI can improve EHRs
By Mike Miliard 02:32 pm December 21, 2017
Stanford researchers see risks in improperly deployed artificial intelligence but say it can have big benefits when used as a partner in care delivery.
AI workflow for healthcare
By Bill Siwicki 03:22 pm December 20, 2017
Healthcare AI experts discuss hurdles to more and better deployments of the emerging technology, including IT prioritization and the creation of new processes.
Health Share of Oregon and Health Catalyst machine learning opioid tool
By Bernie Monegain 09:42 am December 20, 2017
Health Share of Oregon and analytics specialist Health Catalyst announced an arrangement to jointly create a tool that predicts the risk of opioid abuse. 
Penn Medicine AI
By Mike Miliard 03:20 pm December 18, 2017
Michael Draugelis says artificial intelligence has big potential to drive analytics on varied and voluminous clinical data – but care must be taken to enable consistent and repeatable performance.

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