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Intel predicts widespread adoption of AI in healthcare




US healthcare leaders expect the widespread adoption of artificial intelligence by 2023, according to an Intel survey. But trust is still a barrier.
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How Amazon and Google can help dementia patients




Smart virtual assistants such as Amazon Echo and Google Home should be developed in co-operation with dementia patients, carers and the National Health Service, according to the UK’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
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Korea Telecom begins telemedicine pilot in Russia




Korea Telecom (KT) has launched a digital pilot project in Russia to enable remote medical diagnosis and treatment among hospitals, in partnership with Russian Railways and Seoul National University Bundang Hospital.
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Alibaba and Merck collaborate on patient-centric healthcare




Chinese companies Merck and internet healthcare provider Alibaba Health aim to provide Chinese patients and their families with improved access to patient-centric healthcare services.
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Maxim platforms help designers create health wearables




Californian electronics company Maxim has created two platforms to help designers extract vital signs and raw data for their wearable products.
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Canadian researchers develop AI assistant for health monitoring

The National Research Council of Canada is working with Montreal-based Greybox to develop a virtual assistant that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor health.
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Qardio brings smart remote monitoring to Greenway




California digital health company Qardio has integrated its QardioMD remote monitoring platform with Florida-based health IT firm Greenway Health's electronic health record and practice management systems.
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