by Angela Guess Marzieh Nabi recently wrote in Venture Beat, “As I learned from my work in flight dynamics, to keep an airplane flying safely, you have to predict the likelihood of equipment failure. And today we do that by combining various data sets with real-world knowledge, such as the laws of physics. Integrating these […]
by Angela Guess The Atlantic recently wrote, “When Sonia Vallabh and Eric Minikel discovered that Sonia had inherited the gene for a fatal neurodegenerative disease, they quit their jobs to dedicate themselves to finding a treatment. President Obama believes that the American people may be able to help. It cost $400 million to sequence a […]
Fiona Doherty of Medical Xpress reports, “IBM announced today a collaboration with Memorial Sloan Kettering to research the application of cognitive computing to analyze dermatological images of skin lesions with the goal of assisting clinicians in the identification of various cancerous disease states.
Sage Lazzaro of Beta Beat reports, “Popular medical app HealthTap just launched a new product called ‘Top Doctor Insights.’”
Elsevier, a word-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced a major investment in services provided to its society partners and individual readers: a new online platform and management system for its 500+ health, medical, and life science journal-branded websites.
After days full of technically-focused sessions at SemTechBiz, Hans Constandt’s keynote this morning, ONTOFORCE: Links for Lives, was a thought-provoking break from technicality.
by Angela Guess David Linthicum of Health Data Management recently wrote, “The rise of health information exchange allows for the movement of clinical information between very different health care information systems, while, at the same time, maintaining the meaning of the information. The objective is to leverage this information to provide better patient-centered care. However, while […]
According to a new article out of the company, “Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, has signed an agreement with EPSRC to provide them with access to SciVal Spotlight, SciVal Strata, and Scopus.”
IBM recently announced “the formation of a collaboration to advance Watson’s use in the medical training field.”
Schema.org is often talked about in terms of its SEO benefit, but a recent announcement by Aaron Brown of Google shows a focus on health and medical content on the web.