@slashgear.com 2 months ago
Cannabis and suicide issues linked in young users, but a big question remains
@slashgear.com 3 months ago
Researchers bring the sense of touch to robotic prosthetics
Looming ventilator shortage amid pandemic sparks rise of open-source DIY medical kit. Good thinking – but safe?
@techcrunch.com 2 years ago
This game uses troll tactics to teach critical thinking
@xconomy.com 2 years ago
Entrepreneurs Thinking Inside the Box
@engadget.com 2 years ago
Brain-to-brain network allows three people to share their thoughts
@venturebeat.com 3 years ago
The predictive powers of AI could make human forecasters obsolete
@f2harrell 3 years ago
For #machinelearning #Statistics #medicine: Clarification of my thinking about the role of classification vs. prediction in http://fharrell.com/post/classification https://t.co/kUKd8n2mB1
@hmkyale 3 years ago
Are we ready in medicine to start thinking of more clever ways to show routine data - in a way that sparks interest, curiosity, discovery? #bigdata Why does sports seem to be so far ahead of us? Availability of data? Rewards of innovation? https://twitter.com/jscarto/status/928371199423414273
@greathemptour 4 years ago
Thinking that #Cannabis will be the first crop to take full advantage of Big Data #bigdata
@theverge.com 4 years ago
ODG’s new augmented reality glasses are for normal people (with a lot of money)
@TarannumkKhan 4 years ago
T2: we can never ever make medicine "free of human touch and thinking" #machinelearning is to boost human touch and care #hcldr
@techcrunch.com 4 years ago
Coca-Cola made a selfie bottle but luckily humans only have 1,000 years left
@techcrunch.com 5 years ago
Rethinking the customer relationship in medtech
@techcrunch.com 5 years ago
The diagnosis and the cure of automation
@venturebeat.com 5 years ago
Hollywood is making a movie about Theranos starring Jennifer Lawrence as founder Elizabeth Holmes
@mashable.com 5 years ago
This computer can tell what people are thinking instantaneously
@theverge.com 6 years ago
The FDA doesn’t want to regulate wearables, and device makers want to keep it that way
@WIRED 6 years ago
These kind of microbial maps aren’t just for show. Done right, they can reveal a lot about a city’s history and future.