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Virtual GPUs: Accelerate Mobility, Productivity & Security in Healthcare

Many hospitals have turned to virtualization to provision high performance, secure virtual workstations using the compute power of a single physical hardware resource. That’s according to a new report from HPE, that explores how virtual GPU technology is helping to modernize healthcare data workloads.

AI is Inspiring the Next Wave of Healthcare Advancement

Advancements in artificial intelligence, or AI, are revolutionizing healthcare and leading to breakthrough results in prediction and prevention. A new report from HPE focuses on how tech tools like GPUs and deep learning platforms are changing and advancing the health care industry.

Modernizing Healthcare Workloads with Virtual GPU Technology

In the healthcare sector, clinicians are increasingly using mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and personal laptops to access patient records and more. Many hospitals have turned to virtualization and virtual GPU technology to offer greater mobility, security, and IT manageability. Download the report from HPE that explores how virtual GPU technology is modernizing healthcare. 

Revolutionizing Healthcare with Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence has already had a profound effect on many industries. But for the healthcare sector, this collection of technologies is proving to be nothing short of transformative. Download the new report from HPE that explores how tools like GPUs and deep learning platforms are changing and progressing healthcare.  

AMA Starts a Health Data Evolution for a New Era of Patient Care

A new collaborative initiative founded by the American Medical Association (AMA) announced it is working to unleash a new era of better, more effective patient care by introducing a data evolution for improving, organizing and sharing health care information.

Why Healthcare May Be the Hottest Industry Sector for Data Analysts in 2018

In this contributed article, freelance human Avery Phillips discusses how if you’re a data analyst in search of a secure industry on which to hang your hat, rather than heading to Silicon Valley to join (or begin) a startup, you might consider pursuing work with a local hospital or public health clinic.

Identifying Health Risks Using Pattern Recognition and AI

Physicians are increasingly using AI technologies to treat patients with superhuman speed and performance, and predictive analytics will be key to delivering more effective, proactive, and quality care. Stephen Wheat, Director of HPC Pursuits at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, explores how we can identify health risks using pattern recognition and AI. 

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.

Data Systems Strategies for Today’s Challenges

To address today’s challenges and come up with viable data systems strategies, pharmaceutical companies are looking outside the industry to leverage scientific and technical innovation in other markets.

Artificial Intelligence App Game Changer for Health Care Technology in the US

Health technology company Ada has brought a new artificial intelligence (AI) powered health companion to the US, providing Americans with a more personalized way to assess and monitor their health. Designed to grow smarter as users engage with it, Ada’s intelligence not only offers users a sophisticated and tailored health assessment, ­ it also supports […]