Compared to other cutting edge technologies, AI triggers a different level of concern about safe and ethical use. Medilink member Mills & Reeve offer a useful Q&A article, to help businesses better understand their responsibilities with AI and regulations.
Artificial intelligence (AI) appears to detect diseases from medical imaging with similar levels of accuracy as healthcare professionals, according to research led by two Birmingham Health Partners (BHP) founder members.
18th December 2018
By 2035, it is projected that artificial intelligence (AI)-powered technologies could increase labour productivity by up to 40 percent across 16 key industries, including manufacturing, according to a recent report by Accenture and Frontier Economics(1). This article provides a snapshot of just a few of the latest ways that AI is changing manufacturing.
29th November 2018
Researchers at the University of Birmingham are set to benefit from the largest IBM® POWER9™ Artificial Intelligence (AI) computer cluster in the UK.
20th November 2018
Experts hope to learn how to augment human decisions with AI so decisions are more informed. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials and leaders in the pharma and medical device spaces agree artificial intelligence (AI) tools could enable a step change in quality management in those industries.
20th November 2018
Graham McGlashan of Marks & Clerk LLP discusses the impact of tech on healthcare systems, providing possibilities for more self-management and preventative medicine.
7th November 2018
A new £10m medical technology centre in Coventry will use artificial intelligence (AI) to help speed up disease diagnosis.
6th November 2018
The pharmaceutical sector is advancing at a frenzied pace in 2018 as transformational technology changes and dynamic market forces continue to offer the industry new opportunities and challenges. Some of the top trends affecting pharmaceutical companies were recently explored in a free white paper, “Top 5 Trends in the Pharmaceutical Industry in 2018.”
4th October 2018
New ‘state of the nation’ report about use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare finds we are only just beginning to unlock the potential of AI.