Tag Archives: Intelligence

Using artificial intelligence, speech recognition to optimize note taking

With the combined technologies of two companies, note taking for obstetrics is about to become a lot more automated, streamlined and personal. What happened? Unified, a large technology and services provider for OB/GYN practices, and Suki, an artificial intelligence-powered medical assistant for clinicians, are pairing up to roll out a note taking platform that uses… Read More »

Artificial Intelligence to Speed up Alzheimer’s Disease Research

May 16th, 2019 Siavash Parkhideh Informatics, Neurology, Pathology, Psychiatry Researchers from UC Davis and UC San Francisco have developed a new artificial intelligence tool to scale up Alzheimer’s research. They have created a deep learning system to identify amyloid plaques in brain slices of patients, spotting specific subtypes of Alzheimer’s disease, in the process enabling… Read More »

Patient monitoring is evolving with artificial intelligence, sensors, smart technology, more

A new study from Frost & Sullivan takes stock of some of the rapid-fire developments in the world of patient monitoring, which is expanding its capabilities by leaps and bounds with the maturation of sensors, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics. WHY IT MATTERS“Patient monitoring has evolved from ad hoc to continuous monitoring of multiple parameters,… Read More »