Building AI tools into existing models is futile. It is time to go back to the drawing board, argues Orion Health’s Brad Porter.
The Digital Health News team return as news editor Andrea Chipman makes her debut alongside CEO Jon Hoeksma and news reporter and host Jordan Sollof.
Jordan Sollof is joined by Genomics England’s Richard Scott to discuss genomics and AI ahead of speaking at the inaugural Digital Health AI and Data.
Richard Scott of Genomics England discusses the organisation’s work and use of AI ahead of speaking at the inaugural Digital Health AI and Data next week.
The pace at which generative AI has infiltrated product portfolios and media headlines in 2023 has brought equal parts excitement and consternation to those tasked with evaluating its implications for patient care. Owen Hughes reports
As generative AI obtains a foothold in all aspects of life, health systems need to make sure AI tools are evidence-based and appropriate for clinical use.
A new survey has revealed the gaps that exist between AI usage in the healthcare sector, and investment in securing the use of AI tools and technology.
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Ahead of speaking at AI and Data, Dione Rogers, Simon Noel and Julia Gudgeon join Jordan Sollof on Unplugged to discuss AI in nursing and midwifery.
What’s holding AI back? Digital Health asked Robin Carpenter, AI ethics and governance lead at the AI Centre for Valued Based Healthcare at King’s College London, a speaker at our upcoming AI and Data event, to identify the brakes on progress and suggest solutions
Ahead of speaking at Digital Health AI and Data, Dione Rogers, Simon Noel and Julia Gudgeon discuss the impact of AI on nursing and midwifery.
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