Check out this edu-video on how actuaries are using predictive analytics in the insurance industry. (60 min)
Take a look at how doctors are using artificial intelligence to improve healthcare for groundbreaking tasks, from detecting Alzheimer’s from the sound of your voice to telling breast cancer patients, in real-time, if their chemotherapy treatment is working.
See how one of the worlds biggest fragrance makers incorporated AI to suggest new formulations for particular markets. The technology gives them a head start on creating something novel, yet took nearly two years — and it required investments that still will take a while to recoup.
Check out what is in store for data science in 2019. This article isn’t about new fads and concepts, but rather, dark horses – the trends that no one has thought about but will completely disrupt the working IT environment (for both good and bad – depends upon which side of the disruption you are on), in a significant manner.
Check out the new technology being unveiled at HIMSS19. Some of the technology discussed include AMAX, a global artificial intelligence, deep learning and enterprise IT technology vendor, has launched its AI/Deep Learning Compute Cluster systems and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure platforms for the healthcare industry and Vista Solution 2.0, a system that helps caregivers detect specific health outcomes through National Early Warning Scores (NEWS).
Check out how Kalibrate Blockchain, Boehringer Ingelheim and IBM Canada are rolling out blockchain technologies for healthcare at HIMSS19.
See how health care providers are adopting artificial intelligence that can identify data trends and spot any deviations that indicate illness through wearable devices.
Check out the 17 top data science and machine learning platforms according to the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant report.
See how Sutter Health, Ada Health, Innovaccer, QuartzClinical, and others, are introducing new AI technologies that can be used by any healthcare entity, including hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical companies, and device manufacturers.
CarePredict has developed Tempo, a wrist-worn bracelet sporting a touch-button sensor and built-in microphone and speaker, along with sensors to monitor the daily activities of seniors. This device uses sophisticated AI algorithms to continuously collect data and provide real-time alerts, web-based dashboards, and self-serve reports to care staff.