Wearables and artificial intelligence define future

#Wearables and #AI define future

#Health #IoT #bigdata
#Insurtech #fintech

  • This content is produced by The Australian Financial Review in commercial partnership with the Commonwealth Bank The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs, claims Mark Dougan, Frost and Sullivan’s Consulting Director for Asia-Pacific.
  • This was one of the business opportunities in the future Internet of Medical Things market – estimated to be worth $20 billion by the beginning of next decade – laid out by Mr Dougan for businesses in the healthcare sector at the recent Australian Healthcare Week conference in Sydney.
  • In the very near future, wearable devices will be able to track every aspect of health and fitness and – when combined with artificial intelligence, robotics and the Internet of Medical Things – there are many opportunities for businesses and practitioners throughout the medical industry.
  • Mr Dougan did warn that there are risks for businesses in the Internet of Medical Things, and cited six common points of failure — ranging from products beings too complex and not interoperable, through to misdirected business models.
  • “How does your device or solution integrate primary and home-based care; who do you need to partner with; how effectively can you reach the end patient; what’s your business model; and finally, how can you as an organisation transform and disrupt how healthcare is delivered.”

The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs.
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Wearables and artificial intelligence define future

#Wearables and #AI define future

#Health #IoT #bigdata
#Insurtech #fintech

  • This content is produced by The Australian Financial Review in commercial partnership with the Commonwealth Bank The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs, claims Mark Dougan, Frost and Sullivan’s Consulting Director for Asia-Pacific.
  • This was one of the business opportunities in the future Internet of Medical Things market – estimated to be worth $20 billion by the beginning of next decade – laid out by Mr Dougan for businesses in the healthcare sector at the recent Australian Healthcare Week conference in Sydney.
  • In the very near future, wearable devices will be able to track every aspect of health and fitness and – when combined with artificial intelligence, robotics and the Internet of Medical Things – there are many opportunities for businesses and practitioners throughout the medical industry.
  • Mr Dougan did warn that there are risks for businesses in the Internet of Medical Things, and cited six common points of failure — ranging from products beings too complex and not interoperable, through to misdirected business models.
  • “How does your device or solution integrate primary and home-based care; who do you need to partner with; how effectively can you reach the end patient; what’s your business model; and finally, how can you as an organisation transform and disrupt how healthcare is delivered.”

The Internet of Medical Things presents a range of new opportunities for medical businesses and entrepreneurs.
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AI for a Better World

Learn how #EinsteinAI and #accenturetech make artificial intelligence responsible:

  • Advancements in AI are creating new opportunities and long with it comes responsibilities.
  • How can advancements in Artificial Intelligence benefit society?
  • Join Salesforce Chief Scientist, Richard Socher and Nicola Morini Bianzino, Global Lead Artificial Intelligence at Accenture.

Advancements in AI are creating new opportunities and long with it comes responsibilities. How can advancements in Artificial Intelligence benefit society? W…
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IBM and BMW Are Using the Watson A.I. to Give Smart Cars a Personality

IBM and BMW Are Using the Watson #AI to Give Smart Cars More Personality

  • Watson’s machine learning capabilities offer new opportunities for vehicles to learn about the preferences, needs, and driving habits of their drivers over time,” the company says, which means it’ll also help with “customizing the driving experience and improving levels of comfort and safety.”
  • All of the improvements would help make cars more enjoyable while the world waits for autonomous vehicles to debut.
  • IBM partnered with Pfizer in December to find new cancer drugs because Watson can read more than any medical researcher – it can almost handle questions about a car’s machinery.
  • The companies said they want to explore the potential of Watson “personalizing the driving experience and creating more intuitive driver support systems for cars of the future.”
  • Combine that with the technological “brain” for trivia that let Watson beat humans at Jeopardy!

IBM and BMW are using the famous Watson A.I. to develop smart cars that can interact with their drivers much more, KITT from ‘Nightrider.
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White House Releases Report on the Future of Artificial Intelligence

White House Releases Report on the Future of Artificial Intelligence

  • White House Releases Report on the Future of Artificial Intelligence
  • Today, to ready the United States for a future in which Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays a growing role, the White House is releasing a report on future directions and considerations for AI called Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence .
  • A new report from the Obama Administration focuses on the opportunities, considerations, and challenges of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
  • The report recommends that the White House convene a study on automation and the economy, resulting in a follow-on public report that will be released by the end of this year.
  • Advances in AI technology hold incredible potential to help America stay on the cutting edge of innovation.

A new report from the Obama Administration focuses on the opportunities, considerations, and challenges of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
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On the importance of democratizing Artificial Intelligence

On the importance of democratizing #ArtificialIntelligence, from Keras #DeepLearning blog

  • And you, as an early adopter of deep learning, you have a responsibility to make sure that the opportunities that AI will create are open to everyone.
  • The purpose of Keras is to make deep learning accessible to anyone with an idea and with some basic computer science literacy.
  • There is a lot of hype around deep learning right now, and people sometimes have unrealistic short-term expectations.
  • AI will take time to get deployed to its true potential, but when it does, it will have a long-term social and economic impact that most people seem to underestimate.
  • Making deep learning more accessible should be one of our priorities.

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@kdnuggets: “On the importance of democratizing #ArtificialIntelligence, from Keras #DeepLearning blog”


Keras is a Deep Learning library for Python, that is simple, modular, and extensible.


On the importance of democratizing Artificial Intelligence