Tagged artificial intellgence (AI)

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Digital consulting and AI chatbot firms announce collaboration

Digital consulting company OZ has announced its partnership with Orbita, who specialise in conversational AI and chatbot-powered virtual assistants in the healthcare sector. OZ will combine its digital innovation and development services with Orbita’s platform to create customer experience (CX) driven tools for organisations across life sciences and healthcare industries. Murray Izenwasser, VP of consulting and…

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Bayer announces digital health collaboration focus

Bayer is focusing on collaborating in specific digital health focus areas including digital therapeutics, AI for drug discovery and patient engagement platforms. To do this, Bayer is combining the G4A Partnerships programs and concentrating on longer-term collaborations and investments. Eugene Borukhovich, global head of digital health at Bayer said: “The digital health ecosystem has matured…

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Are we ready for radiologists powered by AI, and mistakes?

Anton Dolgikh, head of AI at DataArt considers whether we are ready for artificial radiologists, and their mistakes, as solutions are sought to lighten the load on the workforce.  “We are at a crossroads,” these are the words that have become synonymous with the healthcare revolution over the last few years. During this time, advancements…

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Analytics firm becomes SME partner for Medical Imaging & AI Centre

Neuroscience data analytics company IXICO has been chosen as a small-to-medium enterprise (SME) partner in the newly established London Medical Imaging & Artificial Intelligence Centre for Value-Based Healthcare. Led by King’s College London, the new Centre will develop and train sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms from NHS medical images and patient data to provide tools…

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New AI could benefit cancer patients, research suggests

Cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy could soon benefit from a new AI that is able to identify and predict the development of different combinations of symptoms, according to research from the University of Surrey and the University of California. Published by Nature Scientific Reports, researchers detail how they used Network Analysis (NA) to examine the…

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