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How AI is changing the face of senior care living

BY Jeff Rowe | May 06, 2021

From helping to alleviate loneliness to streamlining work for staff, AI is transforming the senior care sector.

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U. of Utah unveils rapid AI-driven COVID test

BY Jeff Rowe | May 04, 2021

With the new test, antibodies against COVID-19 are quickly visible because the blood spot begins to separate within seconds when the test result is positive.

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New AI lends cardiologists a helping hand

BY Jeff Rowe | April 30, 2021

The choice between two non-invasive diagnostic tests is a common dilemma in patients who present with chest pain, but a new AI tool may help cardiologists pick the best one.

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How AI & NLP can help pharma companies manage critical product data

BY Jeff Rowe | April 28, 2021

In a world where a single tweet can change the course of a product’s future, three pharma insiders explain how AI and NLP can help manage ever-increasing piles of relevant data.

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EU releases AI regulatory proposal

BY Jeff Rowe | April 27, 2021

Given the anticipated growth of AI in healthcare and other sectors, say observers, developers and providers need to stay abreast of emerging regulatory guidelines.

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NY academic medical system unveils PhD program for AI in medicine

BY Jeff Rowe | April 23, 2021

Among other goals, say stakeholders, the new AIET PhD concentration is part of a larger effort to develop new tools for faster and more effective drug discovery using patient-driven biology.

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Google adds new AI to vaccine distribution effort

BY Jeff Rowe | April 19, 2021

AI-assisted call centers can expedite the delivery of information, triage calls and streamline the final resolution based on the needs of the individual.

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AI provider adds analytics services to improve surgical care options

BY Jeff Rowe | April 19, 2021

Olive’s new affiliate focuses on identifying unwarranted clinical variation, improving patient outcomes and increasing the affordability of care—starting in surgery.

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German researchers develop AI-driven robots to prevent spread of infection

BY Jeff Rowe | April 13, 2021

Among other things, robots can provide all the materials required to treat patients directly in front of their rooms, increasing the amount of time staff can spend with patients and performing actual care tasks.