IoT in Healthcare

IoT in Healthcare

Smart medicine: Wireless system powers tiny devices inside the body

US researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), working with scientists from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, have developed wireless technology that...

3D printing breakthrough enables detailed models of patient scans

A newly developed 3D printing technique allows CT and MRI scans to be accurately represented in "exquisitely detailed" medical models, providing researchers and doctors...

Health IoT: Ingestible sensor can help diagnose disease

An MIT research team has developed an ingestible sensor that uses genetically engineered bacteria to detect and diagnose gastrointestinal problems. The sensor is made up...

London hospital replacing doctors with AI to improve patient care

One of London's top NHS hospitals, University College London Hospital (UCLH), has partnered with the UK's national organisation for data science, the Alan Turing...

UK to commit millions to AI cancer diagnosis strategy

UPDATED British Prime Minister Theresa May is to announce plans to commit millions of pounds to a new artificial intelligence strategy for early-stage cancer...

Robots used to grow mini-organs from human stem cells

Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine in Seattle have developed an automated system that uses robots to produce human mini-organs,...

Machine learning improves dementia, stroke diagnosis

Scientists from Imperial College London and the University of Edinburgh have developed software capable of detecting dementia and stroke precursors using CT scans. The development,...

Scottish hospital monitors medical beds with IoT

NEWSBYTE A Scottish hospital is trialling the use of an Internet of Things (IoT) system, which monitors medical beds and improves access to maintenance data. Medical...

Amazon building healthcare team in Alexa division

Amazon is reported to be building a health and wellness team inside its Alexa smart assistant division, as part of its ongoing strategy to disrupt the...

White House ‘AI for American Industry’ summit hosts Amazon, Facebook, Google

Representatives from 38 major US companies, including Microsoft, Intel, Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Ford, will gather at the White House today for an AI...

Health tech: Does Nokia’s exit mean wearables market is ill?

ANALYSIS Nokia announced this week that it is closing its Digital Health division, in the wake of a February 2018 memo, published by the...

Imperial College crowdsources smartphone network to fight cancer

Harnessing the processing power of smartphones could be a useful way to crunch clinical data, as healthcare continues to work towards the goal of...