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DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Google AI can predict heart attacks from eye scans -- Lyft, Hitch Health partner for medical transport -- Nokia executive sees no path for Digital Health

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Cognoa's AI platform for autism diagnosis gets first FDA stamp

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Cognoa has gained regulatory recognition for its machine learning software as a class II diagnostic medical device for autism -- meaning the digital health startup is now positioned to submit an application for full FDA clearance. It's a first but important regulatory step for a business that was f...


Computer as Partner: A Synergistic Approach to Interaction Design

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Much of the day-to-day work of UX design focuses on optimizing manual, paper-based processes through the use of technology. Consider Amazon's origins, for example. Buying a book from a catalog has been around since 1498 when Aldus Manutius published a catalog of the books he printed. Almost 500 year...


4 Ways IBM Watson's Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Healthcare

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Some say that artificial intelligence (AI) will radically change healthcare in the future. And they're right. But that prediction overlooks an important detail: AI is already significantly changing healthcare. IBM (NYSE:IBM) Watson Health general manager Deborah DiSanzo spoke at the annual J. P. Mo...





Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

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A couple of weeks ago I attended a lecture at the Oxford Martin School given by Prof. David Clifton, who is Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Science of the University of Oxford. The lecture was thought for a wide audience, therefore it left many open questions, but was a great d...