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West Virginia researchers unveil AI-enabled diagnostic tool

BY Jeff Rowe | June 09, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, remote patient monitoring and early detection have both been vital to ensuring patient and provider safety. 

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Collaborative effort taps AI to enhance clinical trials

BY Jeff Rowe | June 05, 2020

The virtual assistant has been used by businesses in recent years to run data collection and analysis, with a natural language engine able to understand and respond to conversational speech.

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Wanted: safe and ethical AI, now more than ever

BY Jeff Rowe | June 03, 2020

Demand for AI in healthcare is unlikely to diminish, says one cybersecurity researcher, so dialogue about how to use AI safely and ethically is critical.

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Privacy concerns loom as South Korea expands AI-driven health monitoring

BY Jeff Rowe | June 02, 2020

Considered a coronavirus success story, the country’s efforts have also raised broader worries that privacy is being sacrificed for epidemiological gains.

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Experts: beyond pandemic, AI data regs must toughen

It may be permissible to invoke the coronavirus pandemic for breaking privacy norms in the short run, say two data experts, but over the long term open access to valuable data can’t be allowed.

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Virginia unveils COVID-19 self-assessment tool

BY Jeff Rowe | May 25, 2020

The tool was developed by Buoy Health, a digital health company focused on providing personalized clinical support through technology.

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Analytics firm strengthens insurance claims research with new AI

BY Jeff Rowe | May 22, 2020

According to the company, it uses AI to accurately identify workers comp claims much earlier and more effectively than conventional techniques, while also optimizing medical networks to help find the right doctors for each claim.

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How AI can help providers avoid non-COVID epidemics

BY Jeff Rowe | May 21, 2020

As the COVID-19 crisis pushes “unseen sufferers” of other conditions away from the healthcare system, AI can help identify who will benefit most from proactive intervention and alternative modes of engagement.

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Mt. Sinai develops AI tool for faster COVID-19 diagnoses

BY Jeff Rowe | May 19, 2020

According to researchers, the tool can easily be deployed worldwide to other hospitals, either online or integrated into their own systems.