@realColinMac 1 month ago
⭕ A #robot named Xiaoyi from iFlytek passed Chinas medical exam with a score of 456 out of 600 (96pts higher than required) #ArtificialIntelligence #MedTech #HealthTech #automation #100DaysOfCode #technology #Robotics #BigData #STEM #MachineLearning https://t.co/UnuTrgggaK
@digitaltrends.com 4 months ago
Hydroxychloroquine linked to higher risk of death in coronavirus patients
@theregister.co.uk 5 months ago
Internet use up 40 per cent in San Francisco Bay Area but you know what’s even higher? Yep, alcohol, weed use
@xconomy.com 7 months ago
Eisai Pulls Weight Loss Drug From Market After FDA Flags Cancer Risks
@venturebeat.com 8 months ago
Researchers say low-res 3D tracking limits AR glasses’ use in surgery
@abcnews.go.com 10 months ago
3 universities, medical center get $1B to teach and research
@slashgear.com 1 year ago
Antibiotics found in rivers at up to 300 times over ‘safe’ levels
@thenextweb.com 2 years ago
Google says its AI is better at predicting death than hospitals
@abcnews.go.com 2 years ago
Study estimates higher death toll in Puerto Rico post-Maria
@techcrunch.com 3 years ago
Don’t wait for the Apple Watch to dole out medical advice anytime soon
@theverge.com 3 years ago
Preventable death rates in rural America are higher than in cities
@pmarca 4 years ago
RT @DegenRolf: Individuals with higher body mass index gave less harsh moral disapproval ratings for ethical violations. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0191886916308674
@techcrunch.com 4 years ago
Made In Space plans to create a superior optical fiber in microgravity
@WIRED 4 years ago
Some women’s biological clocks simply tick slower. (via OZY)
@theverge.com 5 years ago
11,000 UK hospital deaths may be caused annually by 'the weekend effect'
@theverge.com 5 years ago
Higher taxes and caution in marketing can keep weed away from kids
@pmarca 5 years ago
RT @porszag: Note (a) Medicare $126 billion < expected; (b) Med beneficiaries HIGHER than expected; (c) Part D not huge part of explanation (2/2)
@pmarca 5 years ago
RT @sgourley: injury to death rates in the US Military is at ~9:1. Before medical advances it was 3:1. Without this tech body count would be 3x higher