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UK hospital to explore VR for stroke patient rehabilitation

The debilitating impact of a stroke can last long after the event has taken place. Sufferers are often left with a range of problems,...

Health tech: UK announces Digital Health Catalyst competition winners

A number of breakthrough technologies to revolutionise UK healthcare are a step closer to becoming reality this morning following a national competition, according to...

Babylon brings A.I. to chronic disease management, invests $100m

Digital healthcare specialist Babylon has announced plans to invest $100 million to create a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to building next-generation, AI-powered healthcare technologies. The move...

UK government publishes NHS A.I. supplier code of conduct

Internet of Business says The UK government has announced a new code of conduct covering the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the NHS and...

Health tech: Robot surgeon arrives in the NHS

British medical company CMR Surgical has launched a robotic arm designed to be remotely controlled and to perform minimally invasive operations. The Versius robot mimics the...

Exclusive Q&A | Blue Prism CTO David Moss on automation, AI,...

Robotic process automation pioneer Blue Prism has grown fast under the radar: a British success story – and a North of England success story,...

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...

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...

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...

NHS to train staff in AI and robotics, says government

The NHS is looking to train staff in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, according to the secretary of state for health and social care,...
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