Artificial intelligence and big data are promising incredible accuracy, predictive power, and precision care in radiology.
By Dan Newman, Futurum
We already know that 90 percent of the world’s data has been created in the last few years alone. To deal with the massive quantities of IoT data, companies will need to turn to machine learning. It will simply be too much for humans to handle alone.
The largest impacts of climate change are occurring in the near-shore zone. Read how surfboards equipped with IoT sensors are aiding scientific discovery.
In this interview, David Van Sickle, PhD, co-founder and CEO of Propeller Health, a digital platform for respiratory health management, offers his insights on realizing health care in 2030.
Jarrod Dicker, head of The Washington Post’s RED team explains how the publisher is using digital technology and data to create a personalized product.
Facing a sustained period of digital disruption, some of the more traditional publishers are now proving to be the most innovative, using data analytics.