Level Ex's smartphone games aim to give physicians an insight into difficult and unusual clinical cases.
The organisation is taking what it has learned in the motorsport industry from capturing data off fast-moving vehicles and applying it to the automotive, public transport, and health industries as well.
There are wearables for daily activity tracking, casual runners, serious athletes, and extreme athletes. The new Coros GPS watch is designed for climbers, runners, and outdoor explorers.
Fitbit looks to continue pushing its health and wellness solutions.
Google I/O is coming up this week, Huawei continues to rise in worldwide smartphone share, and Garmin announced five new Forerunner GPS sports watches.
The Congressional Budget Office highlighted the IT challenges with a single payer healthcare model, but also noted that Taiwan may have a design that would keep costs down.
The NHS already has the data to identify rare diseases and discover new treatments. It just needs to find it.
Fitbit is also seeing strong demand for its devices. The hardware is seen as a customer acquisition avenue for a broader software and services strategy.
Deep learning models can be trained to learn from retina images and then estimate visual function.
The project, collaboration with Accenture Interactive and Stockholm Exergi, is called Memory Lane and uses conversational artificial intelligence to capture stories from the elderly.
Garmin continues to move the needle when it comes to GPS sports watches and these updates to the Forerunner series are designed for the casual to the professional runner.
The grant will be used to scale the Visualize No Malaria program in more African countries.
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Crowd innovation can be used for algorithms and artificial intelligence to offset a shortage of radiation oncologists for lung cancer, say researchers.
Fitbit arguably started the trend towards consumer health-tracking hardware. Now the market it created has moved on and left it behind, can Fitbit turn things around?
Healthcare, both physical and mental, has become the focus of some vendors at CES this year.
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If hospitals don't take cybersecurity seriously, a series of small issues could be as bad as a major cyberattack like WannaCry, warns NHS Digital chief.
Samsung is looking at digital health and medical tech through a longer lens than some of its competitors.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan talks with TechRepublic's Karen Roby about how the health care sector will be impacted by the large amounts of data that both Apple and Fitbit will be collecting in 2019. Read more: https://zd.net/2TwQEQ7
The three-year project aims to produce AI models that can analyze genomic data, health records and biomarkers to predict the onset of heart attacks and other common conditions.
ZDNet's Stephanie Condon talks with TechRepublic's Karen Roby about how health care providers, payers and other parts of the industry can now add "social determinants" to the Health Cloud. Read more: https://zd.net/2By418A
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Riddell and Carbon have partnered to create the first impact-reducing, personalized fit football liner for helmets.
The Australian university has a developed a world-first, ultra-precise ultrasound sensor that can measure miniscule random forces from surrounding air molecules.
Smartwatches and other wearables will be a must-have for personalised healthcare, but a privacy backlash could put an end to all that.
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