Daily Archives: October 11, 2017

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Speech recognition software helps GPs treat four more patients every day

Dukinfield Medical Practice has deployed speech recognition technology to enable doctors to spend more time with their patients. The practice is using technology developed by conversational AI developer, Nuance Communications, to benefit its medical document workflow. Nuance Communications’ technology lets Dukinfield staff process clinical documents more quickly and accurately. The practice’s six GPs were previously…

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Behavioural change software aims to tackle obesity

A behavioural change technology company has unveiled its software at the Health 2.0 conference in Santa Clara, California.  The company, Klue, was selected as one of 12 companies selected to be part of Health 2.0’s Launch! Panel at the Fall Conference. Klue’s CEO and co-founder Katelijn Vleugels demonstrated Klue’s software which recognises subtle hand movements…

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Researchers use AI models to improve dialysis treatment

A team of researchers from Imperial College London have used machine learning to develop a device that could potentially improve dialysis for patients. In collaboration with Hammersmith Hospital, Northwick Park Hospital, and St Mary’s Hospital, the team used computer modelling techniques to simulate how currents in blood flows in the veins of patients receiving dialysis. Dialysis is…

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