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Intel and GE deliver AI to medical imaging




Intel and GE Healthcare are teaming up to deliver artificial intelligence (AI) across multiple medical imaging formats to help prioritise and streamline patient care.
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Philips brings AI to radiology




Philips has introduced an open platform to enable the development and deployment of artificial intelligence to support radiologists in their clinical and translational research.
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Blackberry helps improve healthcare digital infrastructure




Blackberry has become an HIMSS Analytics certified consultant to help address the digital infrastructure needs of healthcare organisations around the world.
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Time to take wearables more seriously, says Maxim




Consumer wearable devices are moving from being little more than toys to clinically approved serious medical devices, believes Andrew Baker (pictured), managing director for business management at Maxim Integrated, speaking at last month’s Electronica trade show in Munich.
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Axiom and DAC partner on health monitoring in space




Commercial space station developer Axiom Space and Danish Aerospace Company (DAC), creator of astronauts' wearables and other health monitoring devices, are collaborating to develop and test human performance monitoring and exercise technology for use in space.
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Ava expands fertility tracking into Asia




Swiss fertility tracking technology company Ava has opened an office in Hong Kong. It has also unveiled an improved and updated version of its fertility tracker, along with a host of premium services to US users, including a one-year pregnancy guarantee and access to one-on-one fertility coaching.
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Lantronix IoT gateway targets medical industry




California-based data access company Lantronix has announced an IoT gateway developed specifically for the medical industry.
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Start-up algorithms enhance peripheral vision




Start-up OxSight is using image interpretation technology and algorithms to enhance the remaining sight for people with peripheral vision in its Crystal glasses.
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Wrist-worn technology boost for mental health




More than half of UK wrist-worn technology owners say the device has improved their mental health. And 72% say the device has improved their physical health, according to a survey by Mintel.
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