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( Warning on AI and Data in mental health: ‘Patients are drowning’
Oct 30th 2023, 13:14

AI and Data innovators need to act now to prevent patient harm using digital tools to support mental health, said a speaker at Digital Health AI and Data. 

( Generative AI masterclass: focus on problem-solving and be confident
Oct 30th 2023, 12:41

Generative AI has the ability to be transformational as long as both clinicians and entrepreneurs working in the space are focused on problem-solving.

( “We need to proceed with caution” as AI develops says Dr Halliday
Oct 30th 2023, 10:24

President of The Royal College of Radiologists Dr Katherine Halliday has said that “we need to proceed with caution” as AI in healthcare develops.

( Digital Health Coffee Time Briefing ☕ 
Oct 30th 2023, 07:15

Today's briefing reports that patients preparing for surgery in Hull can get on-demand VR resources and that an AI-powered lamp is reducing care home falls.

( Accurx launches five-point plan for modern general practice access
Oct 30th 2023, 07:00

Accurx, the communications platform powering 98% of GP practices, announces today a commitment to help 1,000 GP surgeries tackle the 8am rush. 

( New £100M fund to use AI’s potential in life sciences and healthcare
Oct 30th 2023, 06:30

A new mission announced by the Prime Minister will accelerate the use of AI in life sciences to tackle the biggest health challenges of our generation.

( Sustainable population health requires getting “everyone in the same room” 
Oct 30th 2023, 04:30

Sustainable and inclusive population health requires a number of prerequisites, including good leadership and appropriate technology. 

( Palantir CEO acknowledges FDP could aid NHS data being sold in future 
Oct 30th 2023, 04:00

In an interview Sunday, Alex Karp, co-founder and CEO of Palantir, said the (FDP) could make it easier for a future UK government to sell off NHS data. 

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Baltimore, MD

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