Researchers say machine learning could offer insight into how individual patients respond to different medication, based on the structure of their brain.
Staff from Hyland Software enthused about the potential of machine learning in healthcare as they displayed the firm’s new suite of enterprise imaging applications at the OnBase Summit in Berlin last week.
An AI app which aims to provide a ‘doctor in your pocket’ has announced it has received £35 million funding from a number of private investors.
The Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust has partnered with London HR analytics startup Saberr to pilot its latest bot.
Imagining quite where technology will take healthcare is far from a straightforward task. But when Claire Read visited exhibiters in the innovator zone at last week’s Health and Care Innovation Expo, a few key themes emerged: predictive AI, self-care apps and tech, and e-referrals among them.
The use of artificial intelligence in UK healthcare should be increased, e-prescribing made mandatory, and researcher access to national datasets simplified, a government-commissioned report has suggested.
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Machine learning is starting to show its potential in multiple fields. According to Gareth Baxendale, head of technology for the NIHR Clinical Research Network, clinical trials are no exception. He explains how machine learning holds the promise of faster and more effective trials – at every step of the process.
This months’ healthcare IT round-up includes various healthcare organisations entering into contracts with suppliers and about a trust’s new check-in kiosk.
The company behind Dr Now and Now GP, Now Healthcare Group, has landed a multi-million pound investment to develop its artificial intelligence (AI) side.
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