Siemens Healthineers uses AI to help healthcare providers around the world prepare for the trends affecting the sector Technology is opening up previously unimagined opportunities, thanks to exponential growth in computing power, huge memory capacity, and growth in networking. The key concept is artificial intelligence. Siemens Healthineers uses this technology to help healthcare providers around the world prepare for the trends affecting the sector and has a leading position in this area. In addition, digitalising healthcare and combining the power of AI can help healthcare providers remain competitive despite the shortages of skilled staff and increasing imaging scan volumes. These technologies include digital twinning, AI Rad Companion Chest CT, and syngoVirtual Cockpit. At Hospital Management Asia 2019, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, Siemens Healthineers focused on delivering high-value care by digitalising healthcare, while giving insights into its offerings in the area of AI. Fabrice … [Read more...] about AI: Transforming data into knowledge for better care
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Here are seven solutions to empower better collaboration at your organization. Jt Ripton Published 2:00 pm CDT, Monday, July 29, 2019 Photo: Sjale | Getty Images Photo: Sjale | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Sjale | Getty Images 7 Great Collaboration Tools for Your Business 1 / 1 Back to Gallery There’s a reason why Silicon Valley firms fret so much about talent: the best business ideas in the world have no chance of being successful without the right team behind them to execute. But hiring the right people is only part of the story; businesses also need employees to be able to work seamlessly together. Collaboration is arguably the secret … [Read more...] about 7 Great Collaboration Tools for Your Business
Vint Cerf, who co-designed the early protocols and architecture for our modern internet, uses a parable to explain why courageous leadership is vitally important in the wake of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence. Imagine that you are living in a tiny community at the base of a valley that’s surrounded by mountains. At the top of a distant mountain is a giant boulder. It’s been there for a long time and has never moved, so as far as your community is concerned, it just blends into the rest of the landscape. Then one day, you notice that the giant boulder looks unstable—that it’s in position to roll down the mountain, gaining speed and power as it moves, and it will destroy your community and everyone in it. In fact, you realize that perhaps you’ve been blind to its motion your entire life. That giant boulder has always been moving, little by little, but you’ve never had your eyes fully open to the subtle, minute changes happening … [Read more...] about How can we design AI for the best long-term interests of humanity?
Cybercriminals are always on the lookout for new ways of entering a company’s network to either gather data or harm the target. They often think the supply chain is a good target to look for possible holes through which they can attack. Cooperation, communication, and exchange with other parties (be they suppliers, resellers, or customers) are mandatory elements of the supply chain. Thus, they offer promising ways into the system for cybercriminals to exploit. I am referring not only to the technical side of the equation, in which attackers focus on vulnerabilities in software, but also to the social aspect of the entirety of the supply chain system, in which people are an attack vector. Let’s take the software supply chain as an example. Software is an integral part of almost every company. Additionally, software is present in many different parts of every company. It exists in operating systems, browsers, and email clients. Software also comes with the hardware that … [Read more...] about Exclusive article from Synopsys: Eliminating weak links in the software supply chain
We asked over two dozen venture capital investors to tell us which startups are going to boom in 2019. We asked them to name startups in their own portfolio they were particularly excited about. But we also asked for the names of startups they think will do well that they have not invested in, but are hearing great things about. What follows is a list of the startups, tackling everything from consumer health goods to life-saving drones, that are being buzzed about by tech’s venture capital insiders. You don’t have to be an industry insider to know about tech companies with popular products like Snapchat or Facebook. But what about the up-and-coming tech startups that could become tomorrow’s market leaders? We asked more than two dozen venture capital investors to name the startups they believe are going to boom in 2019. After all, VCs are the experts scouting the landscape every day and hunting for the next big thing – if anyone has a finger on the tech … [Read more...] about 57 startups that will boom in 2019, according to VCs