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CINA Pechino, riconoscimento facciale per chi compra una Sim card

Fino ad ora per un contratto con un operatore telefonico bastava la carta d’identità. Secondo alcuni la misura servirà a bloccare le frodi via telefono. Per altri, questo è un nuovo passo verso il controllo totale della popolazione. Le contraddizioni del “Quotidiano del popolo”.

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Pubblicato da su 4 dicembre 2019 in AI, Information Computer Technology

 

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Artificial intelligence for global health | Science

Artificial intelligence (AI) has demonstrated great progress in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. Deep learning, a subset of machine learning based on artificial neural networks, has enabled applications with performance levels approaching those of trained professionals in tasks including the interpretation of medical images and discovery of drug compounds ([ 1 ][1]). Not surprisingly, most AI developments in health care cater to the needs of high-income countries (HICs), where the majority of research is conducted. Conversely, little is discussed about what AI can bring to medical practice in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), where workforce shortages and limited resources constrain the access to and quality of care. AI could play an important role in addressing global health care inequities at the individual patient, health system, and population levels. However, challenges in developing and implementing AI applications must be addressed ahead of widespread adoption and measurable impact. Health conditions in LMICs and HICs are rapidly converging, as indicated by the recent shift of the global disease burden from infectious diseases to chronic noncommu

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Digitalization: potentials and pitfalls from a public health perspective | European Journal of Public Health | Oxford Academic

The ehealth conference organized under the auspices of the Maltese Council Presidency of the European Union in May 2017 will remain memorable for the plea made

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Yahoo Mail non funziona o non va? Problemi, errori e guasti presenti | Downdetector segnala guasti online

Sono presenti problemi, guasti e errori con Yahoo Mail. Il servizio non va o non funziona? Ti mostriamo cosa sta accadendo.

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Ogni infermiere trascorre fino a 40 ore al mese alla ricerca di farmaci o materiali in corsia | Nurse Times

Oltre il 34% degli infermieri trascorre almeno un’ora del proprio turno lavorativo alla ricerca di materiale sanitario o farmaci, secondo quanto emerso da

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Novartis e Microsoft insieme per trasformare la medicina grazie all’intelligenza artificiale – La Stampa

Il nuovo laboratorio punta a rafforzare le competenze dell’azienda nell’IA e ad accelerare la scoperta e lo sviluppo di farmaci trasformativi

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Pubblicato da su 18 ottobre 2019 in AI, Information Computer Technology

 

Patients’ access to health records | The BMJ

Patients and clinicians are equally frustrated by the slow pace of change The international movement pushing to increase transparency by giving patients easy access to their health information parallels a broader shift in healthcare towards increased patient empowerment and participation. In the United States, the philanthropic OpenNotes initiative works to increase transparency by encouraging healthcare organisations to provide patients with access to notes in their electronic health record. It began in 2010 as a pilot that included 105 volunteer primary care providers and their 19 000 patients12 and has since spread throughout the US, with more than 200 organisations offering roughly 41 million patients access to their clinical notes.3 In Sweden, the first region-wide implementation of patient access to electronic health records was in 2012, more than 10 years after the first pilot study.4 All 21 Swedish regions have now offered this e-service through a national patient portal that integrates with all electronic health record systems currently used in Sweden. More than 3 million …

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