Digitization of patient files and aggregation of public insurance data has led to an explosion of data. Big Data is revolutionizing the healthcare industry, improving the access and quality of patient care.
Artificial intelligence is seeping into every aspect of our lives. AI helps us buy, watch, or listen to the right thing at the right time. It’s suggesting the best news – or articles that will sway our opinion. AI is finding and directing our rideshare, optimizing our food orders, and
AI has a booming interest in the area of maternal and fetal medicine. Even though previous inventions in this delicate aspect of healthcare banked on an expert rule-based system to predict the risk of pre-term births in pregnant women, it is now up for more exciting AI advances. Maternal and Fetal Medicine is
Don’t be surprised if you wake up tomorrow to discover that AI has taken over another industry you never thought of. Recent AI transformation across different industries is proof that no space can confine artificial intelligence all to itself. Like every other industry that has enjoyed the proliferation of artificial
Assistant Volunteer, a project of Nable Solutions, was born during the HackCoronaGreece online hackathon to better coordinate the efforts of volunteers. Today, Assistant Volunteer’s platform is part of the Greek Ministry of Health’s official response to eradicating the pandemic. This year, online hackathons have proven to be a great source
Hacking Health Berlin, Charité University Hospital Berlin, the Berlin Institute of Health, Data Natives and Vision Health Pioneers brought together 164 participants, and 20 hacking teams that produced 14 community-sourced tech solutions to meet the COVID-19-related needs of Germany’s leading clinicians and researchers. Let’s take a look at the results.
From a shortage of medical equipment to caring for patients remotely, Data Natives’ global community tackled the most pressing problems Greece is facing due to COVID-19 during HackCoronaGreece online hackathon. Some weeks ago, here in Europe, we were looking at the news headlines about the coronavirus outbreak in China and
According to WHO, it took more than 3 months to reach the first 100,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide, but only 12 days to reach 200,000, 4 days to reach 300,000, 3 days to reach 400,000 and another 5 to reach 700,000. China’s cases rocketed in the early weeks of
Five experts went live with educational sessions at our community site DN Club and told us about technology in times of coronavirus. Where are we heading in the crisis and how can the tech community contribute to finding solutions? Even though we are moving towards difficult times, there might be
The promise of artificial intelligence (AI) is finally being realized across a wide variety of industries. AI is now viewed as a crucial technology to adopt for enterprises to thrive in today’s business environment. Healthcare, in particular, has been one of the industries that AI advocates expect to be revolutionized
In just one day, the HackCorona initiative gathered over 1700 people and 300 selected hackers came up with 23 digital solutions to help the world fight the COVID-19 outbreak during the 48-hour long virtual hackathon by Data Natives and Hacking Health. Here are the results. HackCorona was created on March 17th