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MRI rental VS ownership: What are the benefits?
Matthew Bradfield, Managing Director at Fairford Medical Ltd considers the potential benefits of MRI rental as opposed to ownership.
How NHS Tayside improved their incident response management capability
YUDU Sentinel discuss NHS Tayside choosing a new system and app to improve incident response and introduce digital documentation.
Preparing for the PSTN switch off: Next steps for your ISDN services
In the modern world of communications, the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) is often taken for granted; what can we do to prepare for the PSTN switch off?
Immersive VR headsets to improve mental health services
£3 million has been funded toward projects generating immersive VR headsets for mental health therapeutics across the UK.
AI tool can outperform humans in stroke identification
Researchers from Denmark have developed a cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) framework that outperforms human emergency call-takers in the field of stroke identification This ground-breaking system has the enormous potential to serve as a complementary tool for accurate and early stroke recognition in the future by successfully identifying strokes across different...
Why Decision Intelligence holds the key to data transparency for government agencies worldwide
Government agencies and organizations are implementing powerful new Decision Intelligence (DI) platforms to ensure every department is getting the maximum possible value from the data available.
Data, AI and automation will never replace humans
Matt Rumins, European Head of Customer Success at Intradiem, argues that while data, AI and automation can empower humans, they neither can nor should ever replace them.
Universal receptor system allows customizable immunotherapies for cancer
A universal receptor system that enables T cells to recognize any cell surface target has been created by University of Pittsburgh researchers, which could revolutionise customizable immunotherapies for treating cancer and other diseases.
How can human-centered design improve the public sector service experience?
We are beginning to see more government agencies reassess their current systems and turn to human-centered designs to improve their public sector service experience.
Lumen device enables patients to monitor metabolism at home
The first-of-its-kind Lumen device can accurately measure metabolism through a CO2 sensor and flow meter, providing everyone with the freedom to monitor metabolism at home.
NASA’s Quesst: Flying faster than sound, but quieter than ever
With civilian supersonic flights over land being banned for the last 50 years due to noise complaints. NASA’s Quesst has a plan: Flying faster than sound, but with innovative technology to drastically reduce noise.
Asia Analysis April 2023
You are warmly invited to the Spring edition of Asia Analysis, a compelling assortment of profoundly absorbing policy articles on many subjects.
Neuromyelitis optica (NMO) – on the path to a cure
Dr. Ludivine Herman, Project Leader at immunotherapy specialist Imcyse, walks us through Neuoromyelitis optica facts & trends, the challenges of current therapies and the potential of immunotherapies.
How can intelligent automation transform student experience in higher education?
In recent years, we have seen workplaces bounce back in new and innovative ways using technologies such as automation. However, can universities do the same and implement intelligent automation to transform the student experience?
Fleet management solutions with a deep-seated commitment to sustainability
Webfleet is the trusted global fleet management solution of Bridgestone, relied on by over 60,000 businesses worldwide.
MEP open letter calls for closer political attention on very powerful artificial intelligence
A selection of 11 MEPs from across the political spectrum have called on "industry, researchers and decision-makers" to pay closer attention to the potential dangers of "very powerful artificial intelligence" in a new open letter.
Could a tech revolution save the NHS?
Jonathan Patrick, CEO of Consultant Connect, discusses what it will take to save the NHS and the realities behind a tech revolution.
R&D support of the NSW Government in Australia
Open Access Government charts the support of the NSW Government in Australia for research and development, including a recent boost for artificial intelligence and other fields.
How can educational institutes build online safety for students?
The Online Safety Bill has raised questions about the importance and impact of technology on improving online safety for students.
Ariel Data Challenge 2023: AI and exoplanets
Artificial Intelligence experts have been invited to embark on the Ariel Data Challenge 2023 and look for exoplanets.