@venturebeat.com 4 days ago
Some FDA-approved AI medical devices are not ‘adequately’ evaluated, Stanford study says
@theregister.com 8 months ago
While the world pushes back against COVID-19, Facebook has a pandemic of a different sort – medical misinformation
Don't believe the hype: Today's AI unlikely to best actual doctors at diagnosing patients from medical scans
@engadget.com 1 year ago
Turns out smartphones aren't making millennials grow horns after all
@engadget.com 2 years ago
China says it cloned a police dog to speed up training
@WIRED 2 years 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
@engadget.com 2 years ago
FDA approves contraceptive app Natural Cycles
@extremetech.com 2 years ago
Researchers Create Robot That Can Draw and Test Your Blood
@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 3 years ago
Robotic surgery has been around for years, yet many medical students aren't getting adequately trained in how to use those systems.
@WIRED 3 years ago
Robotic surgery has been around for years, yet many medical students aren't getting adequately trained in how to use those systems.
@mathewi 4 years ago
RT @thaetan: @SethAMandel @mathewi sort of - what he said had no internal consistency. "I'm not ruling anything out but we aren't doing that." Word salad
@eurogamer.net 5 years ago
Watch: Why does VR give some people motion sickness?
@WIRED 5 years ago
Lots of medical devices aren't as secure as they should be:
@theverge.com 5 years ago
The medical abortion works — so why aren't more women using it?
@theverge.com 5 years ago
Mutations that make bacteria resistant to antibiotics might also make them deadlier
@WIRED 6 years ago
Let's face it, people aren't about to stop Googling for "vague tingling in my left arm" anytime soon. Google's experiment highlights just how hard it is to do real medicine on the Internet.
@WIRED 6 years ago
"The Knick" offers an unblinking look at what a crude practice medicine was more than 100 years ago -- and, just maybe, a sly examination of how healthcare became what it is now.