Few innovative technologies promise to upend the healthcare industry as much as big data, which is rapidly ingraining itself into hospitals, medical research facilities and other hubs of healthcare around the country
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As we continue to recover from two action-packed days at last week's DATAx San Francisco, we've continued to produce a stream of content from the data festival, as well as from across the wider world of tech innovation.
Staged on the backdrop of a hyper-competitive, demand-driven industry, an awful lot goes into building an engaging game today
According to a study conducted by the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR), up to 70% of workers at risk of being replaced by automation are female
While AI and machine-learning (ML) projects are a high priority for many companies today, a report by Dimensional Research commissioned by Alegion has found that eight out of 10 organizations reported their AI and ML efforts have stalled
Localization is an essential and ongoing process to ensure the international appeal of a business's digital presence
Using various technologies, businesses are able to collect, store and analyze data ranging from consumer behavior to predictive analytics
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AI, data segmentation, digital natives, influencers, apps and the internet are all being closely monitored and harnessed by marketers across the world, as technology transforms the scope and scale of a marketer's remit.
From drug treatments, local practitioners and chatbots, to major surgery, nursing and health apps, AI is fast transforming healthcare into an entirely different beast.
Steve Jobs once famously said, "You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them