What did Johns Hopkins Medicine’s data trust administrator do when faced with the challenge of protecting patient privacy while using records to improve care and facilitate research?
In classrooms across America, a new educational assistant is helping children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) reach new breakthroughs. The teacher is patient, consistent, and a lot of fun. He’s also a robot.
In the midst of the Thomas Fire, a new tool emerged to help the Los Angeles Fire Department monitor the fire and predict where it would go next. Read how the web-based platform, WIFIRE, is using data analytics and machine learning software to give firefighters a real-time picture of a wildfire’s trajectory.
Husband and wife duo, Avril O’Neill and John Nussey, took a look at a basic, seldom thought-of product and thought of a way to make it better, more apt for the times. That’s how they’ve come to revolutionize the doorbell to fit into the landscape of the smart home.
Alex Tilley, a senior Counter Threat Unit researcher at Secureworks, recounts the true tale of a highly-organized cyberattack that started with a hacked bank in South Africa and ended with an impressive display of coordinated fraud.
The 5G network may not arrive on our smartphones until 2019, but when it does, it will pave the way for groundbreaking apps and services. Read how the new technology is set to enhance devices like wearables and automotive, while progressing the areas of VR, AR, and holographs.
Government organizations, including the NGA, CIA, and FBI, are all actively using artificial intelligence to improve the data analysis process. Here’s a look at how these organizations are transforming operations using AI.