SAS, Erasmus MC and TU Delft bring ethical AI to health care
SAS unveiled at its Innovate conference the "ethical AI health care lab," based in the Netherlands, with the aim of promoting trustworthy AI within organizations.
For the "responsible innovation" initiative, SAS is working with organizations to see how ethical AI can be deployed in different ind... Read more
‘German IT services company Bitmarck knocked offline by cyberattack’
The German IT services company Bitmarck has been feeling the effects of a cyberattack. Its internal systems remain out of action as it struggles to bring them back online, SiliconANGLE reports.
Bismarck is a leading provider of outsourced IT services to the German healthcare industry. The cybera... Read more
Oracle commits fully to healthcare modernization
In all ranks of Oracle, the company's ambition within healthcare is noticeable. Both in breadth and depth, Oracle wants to make and continue to make (big) strides.
During Oracle CloudWorld (the new name of OpenWorld, Oracle's annual flagship event), we sat down as usual for founder and CTO Larry... Read more
Palo Alto Networks releases Medical IoT Security
Palo Alto Networks introduced Medical IoT Security, a zero-trust solution that secures connected medical devices to improve patient care.
Palo Alto Networks stated that the use of digital and internet-connected medical devices increased significantly in recent years. Examples include diagnostic ... Read more
Oracle optimizes Fusion Cloud apps for healthcare
Oracle updated its suite of Fusion Cloud SaaS applications with various features for healthcare organizations.
Companies can use Oracle's Fusion Cloud applications to manage and automate various business tasks, including supply main management and revenue forecasting. The suite is key to Oracle'... Read more
Google Cloud enhances medical image analysis with AI
Google Cloud introduced the Medical Imaging Suite. The solution aims to help doctors interpret medical images through AI.
According to the cloud giant, medical images account for a large portion of the data generated in the healthcare industry. Analyzing medical imagery can be time-consuming, as... Read more
‘Most incident response professionals face mental health problems’
Most incident response professionals seek help for mental health problems, according to a new report from IBM Security. More than half experience stress and anxiety in their daily lives.
The Cybersecurity Awareness Month kicked off on October 1. Over the course of the month, EU and US security a... Read more
Alphabet life science subsidiary Verily raises $1 billion to expand
Verily, a life science subsidiary of Alphabet, raised $1 billion in a recent funding round to support the business’s expansion.
The research group was founded in 2015 to improve precision health. Its primary objective is to use data from a wide range of clinical, social, and behavioural source... Read more
Consultancy firm WorkNest acquires Care 4 Quality
Consultancy firm WorkNest continues to expand by acquiring Care 4 Quality, a company that provides health and safety services to some of the largest care homes in the British Isles.
WorkNest offers several services to businesses, including HR, health & safety and employment law. The company... Read more
AI helps Dutch doctors discharge intensive care patients
The intensive care unit of Amsterdam UMC implemented an artificial intelligence solution to determine whether patients are fit to leave intensive care. "A world first", the organization said.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is gaining ground in healthcare. More and more organizations develop AI so... Read more