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This wearable wants to give ALS patients a voice

A new wearable device is hoping to improve the lives of people with Locked-In Syndrome by helping them to communicate with their loved ones. EyeControl is being labelled as the first wearable eye tracking device for patients with Locked-In Syndrome. It allows patients to communicate 24/7 via eye gestures, with audio feedback coming through a…

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NHS turns to deep learning to fight heart disease

The NHS is using deep learning technology to help hospitals fight against coronary heart disease (CHD) as part of its Innovation and Technology Payment (ITP) programme. Across the country, 13 hospitals are using the HeartFlow Flow Analysis to evaluate patients’ blood flow to the heart and diagnose CHD. The technology uses deep-learning and data processing…

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