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The Promise of IoT-Connected Healthcare: a Diabetic Emergency

In this contributed article, Brendan O’Brien, co-founder and chief innovation officer of Aria Systems, considers a hypothetical type 2 diabetic emergency as an example of the importance of an Internet of Things (IoT) connected “lifesaver” sensor.

How Big Data Can Help HIPAA-Dependent Industries

In this contributed article, technology writer and blogger Kayla Matthews looks at big data’s role with HIPAA, or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, and provides four of the many ways industries and the organizations within them could benefit from big data or already do.

Intel AI Lounge – Bryce Olson, Global Marketing Director, Health and Life Sciences at Intel

In this Silicon Angle video interview, Bryce Olson, Intel Global Marketing Director, Health and Life Sciences and stage 4 cancer survivor, set out to find better treatment for his illness through technology. By using AI to sift through his DNA data, he is now in remission.

Healthcare, Cybersecurity, and Innovation in the Wearable Technology Market

In this contributed article, freelance human Avery Phillips discusses how the amount of innovation we’re experiencing in the medical IoT and wearable technology market is huge, and there’s enormous potential for more effective, efficient, and cost-effective management of chronic diseases and public health concerns like heart disease and diabetes.

doc.ai Announces First Blockchaing-enabled Natural Language Processing Platform for Quantified Biology

Coming out of stealth mode, doc.ai Incorporated (“doc.ai”) today announced the launch of its advanced natural language processing technology platform using the blockchain to timestamp its data sets and decentralize artificial intelligence.

Big Data Makes Mobile Health Care Apps Healthier

In this special guest feature, Harshith Ramesh, President for Episource, discusses how the application of big data and predicative analytics combined with mobile/app data has the potential to be a dramatic game changer in the delivery of healthcare.

Why Technology is the Next Frontier in Mental Health

In this special guest feature, Kouris Kalligas, CEO and co-founder at Therachat, highlights how different data technologies, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, digital journaling, data analytics and data visualization are being integrated into our everyday lives via smartphones and modernizing how mental health services are delivered.

Is Customized Healthcare a Near Term Reality?

In this special guest feature, Abdul Hamid Halabi, the global business development lead for healthcare and life sciences at NVIDIA, discusses how personalized or precision medicine is becoming a reality with the help of a machine learning method called deep learning.

A New Weapon in the Fight Against Opioid Addiction: Behavioral Analytics

In this special guest feature, David Hom, Chief Evangelist at SCIO Health Analytics®, supports his belief that sophisticated behavioral analytics is the key to uncovering patients who are likely to be or become addicted to prescription opioids.

Using Machine Learning with Health Data: The Challenges and Pitfalls

In this contributed article, Elad Ferber, CTO and Co-founder of Spry Health, points out that when considering health data, the level of required customization for machine learning algorithms is very high for 3 reasons: the inherent complexity of the human body, the accessibility and relevance of data sources, and integration into the existing healthcare system.