Microsoft plans to use AI software to transform healthcare market, launches new dedicated division
Microsoft is setting up a new healthcare department at its Cambridge research facility, as part of plans to use its artificial intelligence software to enter the health market. The computer giant has created the division as part of its commitment to “transform healthcare” using technologies such as machine learning and cloud computing.
Its research plans include monitoring systems that can help keep patients out of hospitals and alert them in a timely manner about problems, and large studies into diseases such as diabetes. Continue reading “Microsoft plans to use AI software to transform healthcare market, launches new dedicated division”
This talk provides an overview of how Lumerical software tools aid in the design and optimization of complex lab-on-chip systems for a wide range of life-science applications. Examples from integrated silicon photonic sensors to SPR will be discussed showing how experimental results can be modelled to provide insight into design parameters and their impact on system performance.
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CST will exhibit at the HealthTech Event – Photonic Systems for Life Science Applications, which will take place on May 25-26, 2016, in Cork, Ireland.
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PhoeniX Software tools support designers in starting creative processes by considering various design concept alternatives in the early stage by combining ideas with fabrication process capabilities. The purpose of the presentation to give a simple intro into Photonic Integrated Circuits and the benefits they can bring. Continue reading ““Photonic Integrated Circuits and Application in Healthcare” – Presented by Bart van der Horst, Phoenix Software”
Though 2015 will begin to show the U.S. health industry as a “true market” a new report indicates consumers remain concerned about medical technology and the security of their health information and data. Continue reading “80 Percent Of Patients Worry About Health Data Security”
Kansas is trying a new software program that’s led to better physical health for Missouri residents with mental illnesses. The Association of Community Mental Health Centers of Kansas received a $40,000 grant to begin using the software program with Medicaid-eligible patients who receive mental health care. Continue reading “Kansas trying software for mental health treatment”