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AI, Healthcare, and C-3PO

In this special guest feature, David Sellars, CEng, Principal, Product Innovations at DrFirst, discusses how artificial intelligence has been lauded as the coming revolution in healthcare. But if you ask a clinician in your local hospital or pharmacy if they use AI in their regular workflows, you are likely to find that AI is curiously absent.

How to Transfer Fundamental AI Advances into Practical Solutions for Healthcare

In this special guest feature, Dave DeCaprio, CTO and Co-founder, ClosedLoop.ai, discusses what it really takes to make AI that physicians trust. There are significant challenges that go beyond the algorithms when applying AI to healthcare. 

Preparing Healthcare Data for the Netflix Effect

In this contributed article, Chris Luoma, Senior Vice President of Global Product Management at Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX), discusses how to achieve the Netflix Effect in healthcare with four best practices­­. The “Netflix Effect” is the uncanny ability of brands to know exactly what we want, when we want it.

Webinar: Using Third-party Healthcare Data to Accelerate Drug Discovery and Clinical Trial Protocol Design

[SPONSORED CONTENT] In this virtual session, AWS Data Exchange will host a panel discussion with thought-leaders from healthcare powerhouse companies like QIAGEN and IBM Watson Health. Learn about the critical role third-party datasets have played in the evolution of the healthcare and life sciences industry. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 at 11AM PT | 2PM ET

Why the Future of Healthcare is Federated AI

In this special guest feature, Akshay Sharma, Executive Vice President of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Sharecare, highlights advancements and impact of federated AI and edge computing for the healthcare sector as it ensures data privacy and expands the breadth of individual, organizational, and clinical knowledge.

Data and Analytics are Helping to Drive Healthcare Innovation

In this special guest feature, Ashley Kramer, Chief Product & Marketing Officer for Sisense, highlights the stories of three companies that used data and insights to improve patient care, adapt to a tumultuous healthcare landscape, and maintain strong business operations.

Data Science Salon for Healthcare, Finance & Technology

insideBIGDATA is pleased to announce that it is a Community Partner for the upcoming “Data Science Salon for Healthcare, Finance & Technology” virtual event (use special discount code: insideBIGDATA20 when registering). DSS Virtual Salon | Applying AI & Machine Learning to Healthcare, Finance & Technology is the only industry conference that brings together specialists in healthcare, finance and technology data science fields to educate each other, illuminate best practices, and innovate new solutions in a casual atmosphere.

Data Science Salon Virtual Healthcare, Finance & Technology

DSS Virtual Salon | Applying AI & Machine Learning to Healthcare, Finance & Technology is the only industry conference that brings together specialists in healthcare, finance and technology data science fields to educate each other, illuminate best practices, and innovate new solutions in a casual atmosphere.

Have a Goal in Mind: GPT-3, PEGASUS, and New Frameworks for Text Summarization in Healthcare and BFSI

In this contributed article, Dattaraj Rao, Innovation and R&D Architect at Persistent Systems, discusses the rise in interest for neutral network language models, specifically the recent Google PEGASUS model. This model not only shows remarkable promise when it comes to text summarization and synthesis, but its non-generalized approach could push industries such as healthcare to embrace NLP much earlier than was once supposed.

Healthcare Hit by Data Tsunami

In this contributed article, David Leichner is CMO at SQream, discusses how healthcare organizations are waging battles against cancer, diabetes and heart disease while also struggling to beat the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the fact all of these illnesses have different symptoms and causes they all have something in common. Big Data is being fed into models that can find potential treatment and cures.