@WIRED 2 months ago
Protests can be long and police across the country have acted with unnecessary force against protestors. Here's a few gear reminders of what to bring with you to help keep you safe, things like a high-protein snacks, water, cash, and a medical information card. 3/ https://t.co/lL1pYXodFy
@marcusborba 3 months ago
#ArtificialIntelligence Won't Save Us From #Coronavirus The hype is real, but the potential is not: Approach claims around #AI and #COVID19 with skepticism https://bit.ly/3aBc8zX @AlexCEngler @WIRED #MachineLearning #HealthTech #DataScience #Medicine #DeepLearning #Healthcare https://t.co/7TW4l8dZO3
@WIRED 3 months ago
Is telemedicine the future? Dr. Caesar Djavaherian, Co-Founder and Medical Director of Carbon Health, talked with WIRED's @nxthompson about potential bottlenecks to making telemedicine widely available. Watch the entire interview: https://wired.trib.al/M9lLpCq https://t.co/UQFcTlUu0T
@WIRED 3 months ago
Join us for a Facebook Live today on the role of telemedicine during the coronavirus pandemic. In partnership with @Salesforce, WIRED's Nick Thompson and Dr. Caesar Djavaherian, Co-Founder and Medical Director of Carbon Health, will take your questions. https://wired.trib.al/9lFAiNn https://t.co/RkIwsdQuuW
@WIRED 3 months ago
Join us for a special FB Live on the role of telemedicine during the coronavirus pandemic this Friday, 7am PT/10am ET. In partnership with @Salesforce, WIRED's EIC Nick Thompson and Dr. Caesar Djavaherian, Co-Founder and Medical Director of Carbon Health will take your questions. https://t.co/5dGZPt3qdp
@WIRED 4 months ago
Mary Macdonald, emergency department nurse: “Resources are very slim. We have no medications to keep these patients even ventilated—let alone ventilators. Medications like fentanyl or propofol that would keep a patient sedated while they’re intubated we’re out of.” 9/ https://t.co/tEDq1lzuZg
@WIRED 4 months ago
Craig Spencer, Director of Global Health in Emergency Medicine, New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center: “You’re notified of another really sick patient coming in. You rush over. They’re also extremely sick, vomiting. They need to be put on life support ...” 8/ https://t.co/Ic9S5iLVDQ
@WIRED 4 months ago
Meredith Case, internal medicine resident, Columbia University Medical Center: “The deluge is here. Our ICU is completely full with intubated Covid patients. We are rapidly moving to expand capacity.” 6/ https://t.co/BT98Tt7Hzq
@WIRED 4 months ago
“This is like having a hurricane hit every single city across the United States at the exact same time." https://wired.trib.al/Q3miNYS Cedric Dark, an ER doctor at the Baylor College of Medicine, describes to @DoctorYasmin what it's like to treat #Covid19. https://t.co/y7KFiSUnTC
@WIRED 6 months ago
The problem starts with the world’s reliance on Chinese drug manufacturing. The country is the world’s largest producer of active pharmaceutical ingredients, and much of the US drug and medical supplies are made there 2/ https://wired.trib.al/XTkbh8h https://t.co/aVbHCtMmee
@SpirosMargaris 6 months ago
Why #ArtificialIntelligence Makes #Bad #Medicine Even Worse https://buff.ly/2uDk3NN #fintech #AI #MachineLearning #DeepLearning #BigData @cragcrest #healthcare @HaroldSinnott @pierrepinna @jblefevre60 @psb_dc @Paula_Piccard @diioannid @SabineVdL @WIRED @UrsBolt @horstwilmes https://t.co/iSpPb6WZ9p
@WIRED 1 year ago
California tried to lift measles vaccination rates by blocking parents from opting out based on personal beliefs. Then medical exemptions started to rise. https://wired.trib.al/dsnAiyG https://t.co/FleqArK9oH
@WIRED 1 year ago
In six words, write about a medication people will eventually need. #WIREDBackpage https://t.co/3qxzf2uPxn
@WIRED 1 year ago
#Happy420! There’s a lot of misconceptions about cannabis in the world, but here’s one central truth: it's a powerful medicine that can help treat what ails the human body. It’s also ... very complicated. Let us guide you through the, er, haze. 1/ https://wired.trib.al/qy2EZnz https://t.co/98yrGsvwOt
@WIRED 1 year ago
How realistic are these medical scenes from TV and Film? We asked a surgical resident https://t.co/HiomXifKnF
@WIRED 1 year ago
And then there is the more subtle influence of cash payments through speeches, conferences, trips, and free meals that drug company representatives use to tout their latest opioid medications. 4/ https://wired.trib.al/ZCF6izN https://t.co/jly0MGzZPv
@WIRED 1 year ago
Hello Samsung Bot. This robot can monitor your sleep (and give you a report on it), take your blood pressure and heart rate and remind you to take medicine. It’s made to be a companion that can be programmed remotely by caregivers or family https://wired.trib.al/KSkIgGV #CES #CES2019 https://t.co/7rOCO9ROSN
@WIRED 1 year ago
Meet the cute Samsung Bots. These companion robots can help you with everything from tracking sleep and taking your medication, and they can even call 911 if you fall. Read more on our liveblog: http://wired.trib.al/cug5BzA #CES2019 https://t.co/tZN4IPJ16k
@WIRED 1 year ago
Your Life Decoded, December 2007 “For a long time, WIRED didn’t cover much health care or medicine... The biggest shift was the arrival of true consumer genomics, and we were lucky enough to get an exclusive on 23andMe in 2007.” https://wired.trib.al/ot3amNA 4/ https://t.co/qoYbqBeWxv
@WIRED 1 year ago
CEO of Google and #WIRED25 Icon Sundar Pichai believes in the artificial intelligence-powered ophthalmic future forseen by R. Kim, the Chief medical officer of Aravind Eye Hospital in India. https://wired.trib.al/3VGwO4N https://t.co/CIfwc22uVk
@WIRED 1 year ago
Sculptures or human organs? These human anatomical specimens have been used as teaching aids by the Medical Faculty of The University of Hong Kong since the 60's. But when shot close-up, in black and white, it can be hard to tell https://wired.trib.al/CYnpzxr : Chan Dick https://t.co/RaJjxvQ0Rn
@WIRED 1 year ago
Zipline uses autonomous planes to deliver medical supplies—vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and blood—to hard-to-reach places. Will its cofounder and CEO Keller Rinaudo change the world? #WIRED25 Icon Anne Wojcicki thinks so. https://wired.trib.al/xNW2FWb https://t.co/2oW2FUU9zC
@WIRED 1 year ago
Who will change the world? #WIRED25 Icon @BillGates nominates professor Steven Quake | "Few things trouble me as much as the fact that many cutting-edge medical advances aren't available to everyone who needs them... Stephen Quake wants to change that." https://wired.trib.al/INQ6XHB https://t.co/ouQJmdU6xC
@WIRED 1 year ago
Meet Hal, a medical training robot that can talk, cry, bleed, urinate, and even change facial expressions. Say goodbye to the old-school rubber dummies, the future of medical simulators is here—and it's a little creepy https://wired.trib.al/qP9FKET https://t.co/efEC1eUdPX
@WIRED 2 years ago
How realistic are these medical scenes from TV and Film? We asked a surgical resident https://t.co/QaIY6NPrYQ
@WIRED 2 years ago
How realistic are these medical scenes from TV and Film? This surgical resident breaks them down https://t.co/dllR79JzfW
@WIRED 2 years ago
These drones drop essential medical products in remote locations that may otherwise be cut off from supplies https://t.co/aUfYEd2VMj
@CatherineAdenle 2 years ago
Using AI to Help #Stroke Victims When 'Time Is Brain'. The world’s most-watched medical regulator is opening the door to #AI algorithms in #healthcare. In approving Viz’s #algorithms https://www.wired.com/story/using-ai-to-help-stroke-victims-when-time-is-brain/?mbid=social_twitter_onsiteshare via @WIRED #ML #IoT #Robots #DL #DataScience #Health #Tech
@WIRED 2 years ago
The future of medical care on the battlefield looks like this flying robot https://www.wired.com/story/tactical-robotics-cormorant-autonomous?mbid=social_fb
@WIRED 2 years ago
For decades doctors have been probing both ends of the gastrointestinal tract, trying to decode its dark and slimy terrains. But, thanks to these pill-sized ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
"It’s not that there’s no effect of testosterone on athletic performance, but it doesn’t provide the kind [the IAAF] complain about."
@WIRED 2 years ago
With all the recent privacy scares, it’s kind of a weird time to be asking a million people to voluntarily hand over decades of health records and DNA ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
Not only is this Hit-to-Kill missile tiny, but it's tracking system borrows from medical imaging technology like X-rays, ultrasound, and endoscopy.
@WIRED 2 years ago
"It’s not that there’s no effect of testosterone on athletic performance, but it doesn’t provide the kind [the IAAF] complain about."
@WIRED 2 years ago
AI can be a boon for the human race. But there’s also reason for caution. This is the WIRED Guide to artificial intelligence.
@WIRED 2 years ago
A real surgical resident breaks down medical scenes from film & TV.
@WIRED 2 years ago
Currently, CBD is a Schedule 1 drug like cannabis, and the DEA must reschedule it before the epilepsy medication can be sold. If approved, this would have ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
The Sisters of the Valley are nuns who grow pot. Well, they aren't 'technically' nuns—but that doesn't make them any less dope. They belong to a highly ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
The once-underground world of indoor cannabis growing is coming out into the light.
@WIRED 2 years ago
This startup is developing an optical image system that the founder believes could eventually be used to make thoughts visible. But what would be the implications ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
This startup is developing an optical image system that the founder believes could eventually be used to make thoughts visible. But what would be the implications ...
@WIRED 2 years ago
These drones can drop essential medical products in remote locations that may otherwise be cut off from supplies. https://t.co/qyKpsaLyqA
@WIRED 2 years ago
These drones can drop essential medical products in remote locations that may otherwise be cut off from supplies. https://t.co/vJ1IPOwTpa
@WIRED 2 years ago
These drones can drop essential medical products in remote locations that may otherwise be cut off from supplies. https://t.co/XxpE3vtTkb
@WIRED 2 years ago
These drones can drop essential medical products in remote locations that may otherwise be cut off from supplies. https://t.co/TbMIfHluW7
@WIRED 2 years ago
These drones can drop essential medical products in remote locations that may otherwise be cut off from supplies. https://t.co/B3BDR1S2Us
@WIRED 2 years ago
Medicare patients with advanced cancers will now have access to a more 21st century diagnostic: gene-sequencing tests to match them with the right drugs.
@WIRED 2 years ago
These drones can drop essential medical products in remote locations that may otherwise be cut off from supplies