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The healthcare sector has embraced technology and continues to look for ways it can benefit providers, doctors, and patients.  One example of this deals with telehealth services as many are looking for ways to improve as well as making it more beneficial.  According to a senior director of telehealth services, she feels that one needs to embrace ambiguity and...
Despite the far we have come, using sophisticated technologies trying to manage hair loss, scientists are still straggling to identify the actual triggers of certain conditions leading to baldness – one being the rare hypotrichosis simplex. In particular, hypotrichosis causes progressive hair loss, and the sad part is that this starts at childhood. The actual trigger and the way this...
Artificial intelligence has already impacted the health sector in many ways and aims to continue during the upcoming years.  However, as the debate goes on whether society should continue to move forward with AI or slow down its pace, one group is weighing in their feelings on this matter.  According to the AMIA, their message to the government and...
Elon Musk is one of the most influential kingpins in the tech world today. He’s known for making real, out of the world concepts like the electric car, advanced underground transport tunnels, and sponsoring seemingly dangerous space tours (through his famous company, SpaceX). He’s also among the top brains behind the concept of autonomous cars – also called the future...
Even if you consider yourself not to be technology savvy, people were introduced to the dark side of tech last year in the form of a computer virus known as ransomware.  While those hit hard were in the UK and across through Europe, those living in the United States heard in the news how vicious and destructive the ransomware...
Findings say only 14% of brain tumor patients survive through a decade with the disease. In the UK alone, records also say over 11,400 cases of brain tumors get diagnosed every year. However, the take is that all types of cancer can easily be managed with early detection. That’s what scientists are seeking to achieve in a study they say might...
Mobile phones are the most used hardware in the world today, and not even computers come close anymore. That means, they are the perfect educational tool, and that is why we have the MAKERphone, an educational do it yourself (DIY) mobile device. What makes MAKERphone such an interesting device, is the fact that users must assemble the product and code...
One of the daily used instant messaging apps that we all commonly use around the globe is the WhatsApp messenger. After all the success that it has posed to Facebook, they have bought it and since then, they have been putting immense efforts by adding new features to it. One of such recently added feature into WhatsApp is the...
Patients have seen over the years how the combination of healthcare and technology allows for better management of their health.  Today’s wearables can track an individual’s heart rate, calorie intake, exercise regiment and more; each year brings a new tool that makes it easier for patients to monitor their health.  Now, a startup Korean tech company has announced it...
Kids have a unique advantage that helps them master language faster than adults do. Now, tapping from this fact, researchers have built a system they say is able to mimic how kids learn a language, by following a child’s language-mastering process. The concept, in a computer model, is expected to significantly improve human-machine interaction. Besides that, this might allow a...

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