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Trump Supporter Buys Large Stake In Twitter, Reportedly Plans To Oust CEO Jack Dorsey

Trump Supporter Buys Large Stake In Twitter, Reportedly Plans To Oust CEO Jack Dorsey | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Donald Trump supporter and influential Republican donor Paul Singer just purchased a large stake in social media platform Twitter. In the aftermath of the move, reports are circulating that the ...
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Digital therapeutics and their impact on society - Blue Latitude Health

Digital therapeutics and their impact on society - Blue Latitude Health | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo explores how healthcare technology can help chronic disease patients and asks what makes a good digital therapeutic?

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Finland is winning the war on fake news. Other nations want the blueprint

Finland is winning the war on fake news. Other nations want the blueprint | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it

The course is part of an anti-fake news initiative launched by Finland’s government in 2014 – two years before Russia meddled in the US elections – aimed at teaching residents, students, journalists and politicians how to counter false information designed to sow division.


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AI-based heart failure screening from Eko, Mayo Clinic earns FDA breakthrough nod

AI-based heart failure screening from Eko, Mayo Clinic earns FDA breakthrough nod | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Digital health company Eko said Wednesday it received FDA’s breakthrough device designation for priority review of the company’s algorithm to detect heart failure with a specialized stethoscope during a routine physical exam.


The algorithm helps identify reduced left ventricular ejection fraction, an indication of a weakened heart that is a measure for heart failure, using 15 seconds of echocardiogram data collected by the company’s Eko Duo digital stethoscope.


The low ejection fraction screening algorithm uses a neural network developed in collaboration with Mayo Clinic. Research on the algorithm was published in the journal Nature Medicine in January and presented at the American Heart Association’s (AHA) annual meeting in November.


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Cognitive Computing: Applications and Global Markets – Downey Magazine

Cognitive Computing: Applications and Global Markets – Downey Magazine | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Recent research and the current scenario as well as future market potential of “Cognitive Computing: Applications and Global Markets”. The global market for cognitive computing will grow from $6.0 billion in 2017 to $24.1 billion by 2022, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 32.1% for the period of 2017-2022. Get Free PDF For More Professional And Technical Insights @ https://decisionmarketreports.com/request-sample/1253453 Report Includes An overview of the global market for cognitive computing Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2017, 2018, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2023 Insight into the types of cognitive computing technologies, including natural language processing, neural networks, and expert systems Descriptions of key patents related to the market Information on key components, applications, and market trends Profiles of major players and companies in the market, including Google Deepmind AI Solution, Intel Saffron, Numenta, Welltok Analytics, Cisco Cognitive Threat Analysis and Abbyy Report Scope The scope of this report covers the overall Cognitive Computing technologies market with market sizing and trends analysis for the most recently completed actuals for 2016 as well as forecasts, trends and compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) for 2017 through 2022. The market is segmented by end user, technology and region. End user segments include education, government and enterprise. Applications include the military, healthcare and manufacturing sectors. Cognitive computing like many IT terms is defined both by its technical capability and applications and by marketing statements. From a technical standpoint, cognitive computing is a system that uses machine learning algorithms to continually increase its “knowledge” from the data it receives. The learning aspect is characterized by the system continuously refining patterns in the data as well as the way data is processed. This learning allows cognitive computing systems to anticipate new problems and model possible solutions in an adaptive and iterative manner. The system also works within a context and can identify and extract contextual elements such as meaning, syntax, time, location, regulation, user profiles, tasks and goals. Applications of cognitive computing are derived from data mining, pattern recognition and natural language processing. These applications automate manual processes or augment more basic computing processes. The marketing definition of cognitive computing is to solve problems as well as or better than humans without human assistance. However, cognitive computing may best be applied as an enabler in a process that involves both machines and humans rather than one replacing the other. As with the field of artificial intelligence in general, cognitive computing is now coming into practical application because of a convergence of underlying technologies. These include high performance processors and advanced algorithms, which combine to enable computing systems to leverage machine learning, natural language processing and expert systems to provide new value in dealing with consumer and business applications. While cognitive computing represents the continued evolution of artificial intelligence to practical commercial applications, it is currently benefiting from accelerated adoption in the market caused by its ability to make sense of unstructured data. According to some estimates, the amount of data being generated globally is growing at a rate of REDACTED% per year. Most of this growth is from unstructured data types (e.g., data that does not fit neatly into a database, including documents, videos, photos, audio files, presentations, web pages, etc.). Conventional database management systems are not designed toorganize and interpret this data, limiting the applicability of IT organization to make use of it. Entercognitive computing, which can apply new processes to discern patterns that can be used to manage,interpret and act on unstructured data. 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How SpaceX’s Starship Will Become the Most Powerful Rocket in the World | Countdown to Launch

In September 2019, Elon Musk unveiled the first iteration of his next-generation vehicle, Starship.

While SpaceX continues to push the limits, this next endeavor might be its most ambitious yet. SpaceX was founded with the intention of one day creating a human colony on Mars, and Elon Musk hopes that Starship and the Super Heavy rocket will be the way to get there.


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Digital Prescribing Platform Xealth Raises Additional $3M to Close $14M Series A Round -

Digital Prescribing Platform Xealth Raises Additional $3M to Close $14M Series A Round - | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Xealth, a Seattle-based digital prescribing platform has raised an additional $3 million in its Series A financing, bringing the amount raised in this round to $14 million total. New investors Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and MemorialCare Innovation Fund join McKesson Ventures, Novartis,...
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Making Connections: 53 Teenagers Suggest Creative Ways to Link School Curriculum to the World of 2019 - The New York Times

Making Connections: 53 Teenagers Suggest Creative Ways to Link School Curriculum to the World of 2019 - The New York Times | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Over 2,000 students took us up on our second annual December challenge to “connect what you’re learning in school with the world today,” and, as you’ll see from the work of the winners, below, this year’s best were just as insightful and imaginative as last year’s.

Whether the connections these teenagers made were obvious, or whether they were so oblique it’s likely no one else has ever made them, what delighted us most was seeing the thinking in action. Many described aha moments, when a work of literature or an event in history was illuminated by something in The Times, whether a Letter to the Editor that helped make sense of “Death of a Salesman,” or a Smarter Living piece that, as one student wrote, would have greatly helped Hamlet “handle his anger responsibly.”

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Forrester Total Economic Impact study of the @Salsify #PIM implementation shows 7 months payback & 339% ROI - but more important details certain costs and savings with such tools

Forrester Total Economic Impact study of the @Salsify #PIM implementation shows 7 months payback & 339% ROI - but more important details certain costs and savings with such tools | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it

Forrester Consulting conducted a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Salsify’s Product Experience Management (PXM) Platform.


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Making Connections: 53 Teenagers Suggest Creative Ways to Link School Curriculum to the World of 2019 - The New York Times

Making Connections: 53 Teenagers Suggest Creative Ways to Link School Curriculum to the World of 2019 - The New York Times | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Over 2,000 students took us up on our second annual December challenge to “connect what you’re learning in school with the world today,” and, as you’ll see from the work of the winners, below, this year’s best were just as insightful and imaginative as last year’s.

Whether the connections these teenagers made were obvious, or whether they were so oblique it’s likely no one else has ever made them, what delighted us most was seeing the thinking in action. Many described aha moments, when a work of literature or an event in history was illuminated by something in The Times, whether a Letter to the Editor that helped make sense of “Death of a Salesman,” or a Smarter Living piece that, as one student wrote, would have greatly helped Hamlet “handle his anger responsibly.”

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Opinion | A.I. Could Worsen Health Disparities

Opinion | A.I. Could Worsen Health Disparities | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence is beginning to meet (and sometimes exceed) assessments by doctors in various clinical situations. A.I. can now diagnose skin cancer like dermatologists, seizures like neurologists, and diabetic retinopathy like ophthalmologists. Algorithms are being developed to predict which patients will get diarrhea or end up in the ICU, and the FDA recently approved the first machine learning algorithm to measure how much blood flows through the heart — a tedious, time-consuming calculation traditionally done by cardiologists.

It’s enough to make doctors like myself wonder why we spent a decade in medical training learning the art of diagnosis and treatment.

There are many questions about whether A.I. actually works in medicine, and where it works: can it pick up pneumonia, detect cancer, predict death? But those questions focus on the technical, not the ethical. And in a health system riddled with inequity, we have to ask: Could the use of A.I. in medicine worsen health disparities?

There are at least three reasons to believe it might.

The first is a training problem. A.I. must learn to diagnose disease on large data sets, and if that data doesn’t include enough patients from a particular background, it won’t be as reliable for them. Evidence from other fields suggests this isn’t just a theoretical concern. A recent study found that some facial recognition programs incorrectly classify less than 1 percent of light-skinned men but more than one-third of dark-skinned women. What happens when we rely on such algorithms to diagnose melanoma on light versus dark skin?

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Climate change affecting U.S. economy, culture, says 4th National Climate Assessment

The 4th National Climate Assessment takes the temperature of climate change across the United States. The message? Adapt.

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Google and NASA's Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab

A peek at the early days of the Quantum AI Lab: a partnership between NASA, Google, USRA, and a 512-qubit D-Wave Two quantum computer. Learn more a
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Researchers want to know how bad actors are tricking machine learning

Researchers want to know how bad actors are tricking machine learning | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
University of Arizona researcher Gregory Ditzler aims to improve the ability of algorithms to spot false data and adapt to changing environments.

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2020 Digital Predictions |

2020 Digital Predictions | | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
January 2, 2020 2020 Digital Predictions At the beginning of a new decade one of our strategists, Olly Wright,  peers into the tea leaves of technology and prognosticates. Here are his predictions. Instagram’s looking great Instagram has become the de facto public platform for millenials and Gen-Z, and the brands that court them. It helped create the youngest self-made billionaire, Kylie Jenner, who at age 22 credits the success of her cosmetics company to the direct access Instagram grants to her fans and customers. In the zero-TV-watching ad-blocking world of Gen-Z online, it’s become one of the few ways to reliably reach that generation. In particular, the combination of Instagram’s visual nature and young user base has made it the mainstream digital platform for fashion. Smart e-commerce fashion businesses such as PrettyLittleThing have bucked the decline in multibrand retail (other than Amazon) by putting Instagram at the center of their business and ecosystem.  Instagram’s success is set to continue in 2020. The new Instagram Checkout allows for e-commerce directly within the app, and with 20 major brands participating in the beta, its success is as sure-fire a bet as any in tech. Meanwhile, the app shows no signs of the abandonment that its bigger brother is experiencing. Facebook loses its friends Despite putting up a bold face and still showing overall user growth, Facebook is in trouble. The reasons for their meteoric rise are now conspiring against them. Metcalfe’s law tells us that the more people who use a network the more valuable that network becomes. For users that means ‘my friends are using it, so I will too’. However, this works in reverse too: ‘my friends stopped using it, now I have no reason to stay’.  This is starting to happen to Facebook. Users are leaving the platform in the tens of millions in key markets, with total users in decline in many advanced markets. In particular Gen-Z and millenials have all but abandoned it, using Instagram and TikTok for public display and Snapchat and others for direct messaging. Compounding this, Facebook is experiencing ongoing negative attention for its emergent use as a political platform, including for refusing to curate paid political advertising. This faustian bargain threatens to turn the network into a shrinking forum for mud slinging and conspiracy theories, whilst the general public leaves for more pleasant digital surroundings. Add this to the companies’ extremely poor record in data protection and the brand damage done by that, time is running out for Facebook to stop the rot. Anyone old enough to remember the fall of the once mighty MySpace knows how quickly a social network can fail once users start to leave en masse. Will Amazon play nice?  The  deep omnichannel ecosystem dominance of Amazon has become unassailable. What other e-commerce brand can entice you to subscribe to watch the new $1 billion budget Lord of the Rings series, and give you free package shipping as part of the deal? However, as much as Amazon benefits consumers, it strikes fear into partners.  To quote Scott Galloway “Amazon partners with a brand the way a virus partners with a host”, where Amazon will release own-brand versions of your products and then algorithmically stack the odds in its favour for catalog visibility and price framing. It remains to be seen, as bigger brands start to open brand stores on the platform, can the ravenous behemoth restrain its winner-takes-all DNA? Or will it confirm that it’s an untrustworthy collaborator that is the last resort of brands unable to execute their own independent e-commerce strategies? This is one we can’t predict. Content management: feel the Force One of the oddities of the internet is content management systems. The name suggests they are for managing content, but they’re not really. They are mostly templating systems for building certain kinds of web pages, with the content often stored in a mixed bag of other interconnected systems. This has led to messy architectures in 2019 as the CMS doesn’t play nice with other systems (eg e-commerce) as they fight for primacy over which one delivers the actual pages to users, and where canonical content lives. In 2019 Salseforce has stepped up with the new Salesforce Content Management System. The system is ‘headless’. It manages content, not pages. This omnichannel approach meets many needs, especially combined with Salesforce’s best in class middleware Mulesoft and Commerce Cloud. Old guard might argue that content management systems should have worked this way all along, myself amongst them. Expect the success of this headless CMS architecture to make waves, as it becomes an increasingly smart choice for omnichannel environments.  In particular, how will Adobe with their market-leading but more traditional Adobe Experience Manager CMS respond? Purpose-driven brands Despite all the above being about big tech brands, perhaps the most exciting development in 2020 will be the continuing growth of purpose-led brands. The internet brings transparency, and empowers consumers to buy products from companies that authentically share their values. Perhaps the prevailing sense has been pessimistic skepticism: will consumers really pay more for this? The results are in: yes they will. A favourite example is the French start up C’est qui le patron?!. Its founder realised that French milk farmers were commiting suicide at much higher rates than the average, and were doing so because they were under unsustainable financial pressure. He figured out that for just 8 euro cents extra per liter, farmers would be making a sustainable profit. As long as all those 8 cents go to the farmers. No surprise there, you might say. Except that it’s been a huge success, with over 11 million French people buying the product, and a rapid expansion into other product types and now other countries. 11 million is one in every five French adults, and it’s a remarkable number. It tells us something incredibly valuable: namely that the lowest price is not the be all and end all online, and that consumers will pay more if they know the money is going somewhere that makes their world a better place. Certainly something to be grateful for, and to lean into in 2020.
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Hospital-at-Home Models Are 38% Cheaper Than Traditional Hospital Stays

Hospital-at-Home Models Are 38% Cheaper Than Traditional Hospital Stays | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Hospital-at-home patients are less often readmitted within a 30-day period after discharge than people who were treated in a traditional hospital, a recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine has found.
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3 key requirements for AI in healthcare to reach its full potential

3 key requirements for AI in healthcare to reach its full potential | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
AI could change healthcare forever. But for the technology to reach its full potential, researchers must make sure they go about things the right way, according to a new report from the National Academy of Medicine (NAM).

The report, “Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: The Hope, the Hype, the Promise, the Peril,” offers readers an in-depth examination of the current state of AI in healthcare. The 245-page report, featuring contributions by 27 different authors, can be read in full on the NAM website. Michael E. Matheny, MD, MS, MPH, of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the Department of Veterans Affairs, and Sonoo Thadaney Israni, MBA, of Stanford University, served as co-chairs for the project.

Matheny and Israni also worked together to write an opinion piece for JAMA covering many of the report’s findings. Danielle Whicher, PhD, MHS, of Mathematica Policy Research—who was not one of the original report’s authors—was a third co-author of the JAMA commentary.

“The promise of AI in healthcare offers substantial opportunities to improve patient and clinical team outcomes, reduce costs, and influence population health,” Matheny et al. wrote in JAMA. “Current data generation greatly exceeds human cognitive capacity to effectively manage information, and AI is likely to have an important and complementary role to human cognition to support delivery of personalized healthcare.”

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A Two-Minute Guide To Artificial Intelligence - FORBES

A Two-Minute Guide To Artificial Intelligence - FORBES | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
If you keep hearing about artificial intelligence but aren’t quite sure what it means or how it works, you’re not alone. 

There’s been much confusion among the general public about the term, not helped by dramatic news stories about how “AI” will destroy jobs, or companies that overstate their abilities to “use AI.” 

A lot of that confusion comes from the misuse of terms like AI and machine learning. So here’s a short text-and-video guide to explain them:  

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Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare Boom, Resulting in Growth of the 2026 Worldwide| Alphabet Inc., Apple Inc., General Vision, IBM – Market Strategies

Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare Boom, Resulting in Growth of the 2026 Worldwide| Alphabet Inc., Apple Inc., General Vision, IBM – Market Strategies | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
The latest market evaluation report on Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare market explores how the Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare market will continue to expand for the forecast period 2019 – 2026. The study further serves as a unique research for stakeholders, product owners, and field marketing executives looking for actionable data and unique resource on market size, share, and growth. The global Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare market was valued at $XX million in 2018, and our analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2019 and 2026. Download FREE Sample Copy of Report in PDF format @ https://www.marketexpertz.com/sample-enquiry-form/42397 Scope of the Report: To help gain the business owner further gain business intelligence the study on the Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare market for the forecast period 2019 – 2026 brings to light data on production capability, consumption capacity, spending power, investment feasibility, and technology innovation. A thorough assessment of market performance across different regions is presented through self-explanatory graphic images, charts, and tables that add weight to corporate presentations and marketing materials. The study offers regional profiles of major vendors and extensive country-level break down to empower companies to make a wise investment decision when exploring new regions. Summary Artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive technologies have gained significant traction and have been more widely adopted in recent years. Increased adoption of cognitive and AI platforms can be attributed to their wide application potential across the healthcare industry, including patients and hospitals. Major market players such as IBM, Microsoft and Google have made significant investments in finding healthcare uses for cognitive computing and providing a platform for various startup firms that create specialized applications. The cognitive healthcare industry represents a new partnership between human beings and technology that has the potential to transform healthcare on a global scale. In market segmentation by manufacturers, the report covers the following companies- Alphabet Inc., Apple Inc., General Vision, IBM, Microsoft Corp., Oncora Medical and Welltok Inc. In market segmentation by Regions, the report covers- North America Europe China Japan Middle East & Africa India South America Others Most important types of Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare products covered in this report are: Hardware Services Software Market Breakdown by Technology Natural Language Processing (NLP) History Definition Classification of NLP Based on Application, the report describes major application share of regional market. Application mentioned as follows: Robot-Assisted Surgery Virtual Nursing Assistant Preliminary Diagnosis Clinical Trial Participant Identifier Dosage Error Reduction Fraud Detection Administrative Workflow Assistance Other Applications Market Breakdown by End User Healthcare Providers Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Companies Patients Payers Buy Full Report and get 15% free customization @ https://www.marketexpertz.com/checkout-form/42397 Global Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare Market Report 2019 – Market Size, Share, Price, Trend and Forecast is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence Systems Market in Healthcare industry. Report Includes: – 51 data tables and 39 additional tables – An overview of the global market for cognitive computing and artificial intelligence systems in healthcare – Analyses of market trends, with data from 2016 to 2017, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2022 – Identification of key market segments and market structure in cognitive computing and artificial intelligence systems in healthcare technologies – Coverage of major stakeholders, product portfolio and recent developments – Examination of competitive landscape for the market leaders – Information on the trends, gaps and opportunities that will impact the future market – Company profiles of major players in the market, including Alphabet Inc., Apple Inc., General Vision, IBM, Microsoft Corp., Oncora Medical and Welltok Inc. Any special requirements about this report, please let us know and we can provide custom report. #Explore Full Report With Detailed TOC Here @ https://www.marketexpertz.com/industry-overview/cognitive-computing-and-artificial-intelligence-systems-in-h-are-market
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How Much Is AI Really Moving the Needle on Health?

How Much Is AI Really Moving the Needle on Health? | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
The end goal is to build a digital twin of every patient. Using simulations, we’ll be able to optimize tailored diagnostics, prevention, and treatments.
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The 1619 Project - The New York Times

The 1619 Project - The New York Times | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it


"In August of 1619, a ship appeared on this horizon, near Point Comfort, a coastal port in the British colony of Virginia. It carried more than 20 enslaved Africans, who were sold to the colonists. No aspect of the country that would be formed here has been untouched by the years of slavery that followed. On the 400th anniversary of this fateful moment, it is finally time to tell our story truthfully.


The 1619 Project


"The 1619 Project is a major initiative from The New York Times observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery. It aims to reframe the country’s history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are."

 

This is the beginning of The 1619 Project. We will be publishing more stories in the days and weeks to come.

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How to Clean Your Filthy, Disgusting Laptop - The New York Times

How to Clean Your Filthy, Disgusting Laptop - The New York Times | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Like any tool we use every day, our laptops accumulate dust, grime, oils from our skin and who knows what else. Yours is probably due for a cleaning, and here’s how to do it right.

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The use of Blockchain to Advance Biometric Technologies

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The use of Blockchain to Advance Biometric Technologies
Blockchain technology can be used to bring about important developments in biometric technologies but with rewards come risks.

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Amazon-Berkshire-JPM snags BCBS data executive

Amazon-Berkshire-JPM snags BCBS data executive | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it
Dana Gelb Safran, senior vice president of enterprise analytics at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, is the latest healthcare executive — and the first woman — to join the growing company's leadership.
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"Providence St. Joseph Health EVP and chief digital officer Aaron Martin, warned attendees that the American healthcare system is in a similar position as the publishing industry was when Amazon disrupted the book value chain in 1997. 

 Within the past few months, Amazon has announced it would begin selling glucose monitors and blood pressure cuffs direct to consumers, forged a partnership with blockchain platform Ethereum and signed a definitive agreement to acquire online pharmacy PillPack. 

The company also also recently secured a patent for a feature that would enable its voice assistant Alexa to detect when a user is feeling ill and recommend an OTC remedy." #blessthemess
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store of the future may look like a windowless warehouse - Online grocery Albertsons Walmart Kroger Automate Ecommerce order preparation using #robots and #AI to push #innovation limits because the...

store of the future may look like a windowless warehouse - Online grocery Albertsons Walmart Kroger Automate Ecommerce order preparation using #robots and #AI to push #innovation limits because the... | Strategic Knowledge Sciences | Scoop.it

The Albertsons Cos. is embracing robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) to automate and save costs on ecommerce fulfillment.


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, November 20, 2018 7:09 AM

WHY IT MATTERS: warehouse automation is a major component of retail ecommerce digital transformation. As more orders go online, the speed and cost of order preparation must be reduced. Amazon has invested heavily in the field buying KIVA robots in 2014. Now other retailers, especially in the grocery field, are also moving from manual picking to automation because they have the volume. In fact, this may be a sign of the future: grocery retailers may become leaders in the digital transformation, moving away from their current position as dead last.