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Intel explores how AI is changing healthcare




Healthcare in the USA is in crisis, according to Intel executive vice president Navin Shenoy (pictured), speaking at last month’s Solve Healthcare conference at the University of California, San Francisco. But artificial intelligence (AI) is the most promising remedy.
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US health companies take to iPhone app




Nearly 40 health companies across the USA are letting patients in hundreds of hospitals and clinics view their medical records from their iPhone.
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Oracle collects data from sensors and wearables for clinical trials




Oracle Health Sciences has launched an mhealth connector cloud service that lets clinical study teams remotely collect e-source data from patient sensors, wearables and apps for use in clinical trials.
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Siemens uses SAS IoT to analyse health data




Siemens Healthineers is using SAS's machine learning and IoT capabilities to analyse urgent data generated by its medical systems worldwide. The data come from equipment such as magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography devices.
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SleepScore buys Sleep.ai to acquire snoring technology




California-based sleep tracking company SleepScore Labs has acquired Dutch digital health company Sleep.ai to help consumers know if they snore or grind their teeth during sleep.
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CES becomes gathering point for IoT buyers




Audits of attendees to the massive Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas indicate that the event has become one of the world's largest gathering points for IoT buyers, according to the IoT M2M Council (IMC).
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Butterfly augmented reality boosts ultrasound imaging




Connecticut-based Butterfly Network has developed augmented reality telemedicine technology on Butterly iQ, a whole-body ultrasound imager.
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